Corpus ID: 10661209

Sluicing as Anaphora to Issues ∗

@inproceedings{Cruz2010SluicingAA,
  title={Sluicing as Anaphora to Issues ∗},
  author={U. Cruz},
  year={2010}
}
Since Merchant (2001), it has been widely agreed that the licensing condition on Sluicing is at least partly semantic in nature. This paper argues that the relevant semantic condition is one of symmetric entailment over a semantics which includes not only truth-conditional information, but also issues in the sense of Groenendijk & Roelofsen (2009). One kind of evidence for the proposal comes from expressions like doubly-negated indefinites and implicit passive agents which do not licensing… Expand
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