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The Relative Complexity of Constraints in Co-Predicative Utterances

Abstract : We explore the particular variations of semantic felicity in co-predicative utterances the constraints on the combination of facets of polysemous words, and the possible adaptations that can be proposed to existing formal frameworks that support lexical semantics. As the linguistic data is incomplete and disputed, we also include a proposal for a linguistic survey aimed at clearing up many outstanding issues.
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Bruno Mery. The Relative Complexity of Constraints in Co-Predicative Utterances. TYTLES: TYpe Theory and LExical Semantics in ESSLLI 2015, Barcelona, Robin Cooper; Christian Retoré, Aug 2015, Barcelone, Spain. ⟨hal-01214465⟩

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