Against The Null Comitative Analysis of Partial Control

@article{Landau2016AgainstTN,
  title={Against The Null Comitative Analysis of Partial Control},
  author={Idan Landau},
  journal={Linguistic Inquiry},
  year={2016},
  volume={47},
  pages={572-580}
}
A growingly popular analysis holds that the plural interpretation of PRO in partial control arises from associating a singular PRO with a null comitative phrase. Three novel arguments are presented to demonstrate the inadequacy of this analysis. 

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