Homogeneity and universal quantiﬁcation in embedded questions
AbstractBased on experiments carried out in three languages (German, Dutch, Ulster English) we provide evidence for the claims that question-internal universal quantiﬁers (who all) can be made at-issue and collapse homogeneity in embedded contexts. We show that these question quantifying particles can be accounted for in a domain restriction analysis (Brisson, 2003). Couched within the account of homogeneity provided in Kriz and Spector (2020), homogeneity removal follows as a result of these particles ﬂattening the alternatives which enter into the computation of homogeneity.
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Blok, D., & Chark, J. (2021). Homogeneity and universal quantiﬁcation in embedded questions. Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung, 25, 148-168. https://doi.org/10.18148/sub/2021.v25i0.929
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