Clause-embedding predicates can often only combine with certain types of clauses. For instance, “think” takes declarative complements but not interrogative complements. Recently, it has been proposed that such selectional restrictions may be meaning driven. This special collection brings together state-of-the-art developments in this research area.
Guest Editors: Floris Roelofsen and Wataru Uegaki
Alda Mari and Paul Portner
2021-12-08 Meaning-driven selectional restrictions in the domain of clause embedding
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