Principles of interdimensional meaning interaction

Abstract

Expressives (damn in the damn dog left), supplements (who is smart in John, who is smart, left) and some other expression types contribute meanings that are not part of the normal at-issue content of a sentence. Following Potts (2005), we will say that they occupy separate dimension of meaning. Potts’ formal analysis is suitably multi-dimensional, but not… (More)

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