The Semantics/Pragmatics Interface [Handbook Article]
Philippe Schlenker
March 2016
 

We survey three domains – scalar implicatures, presupposition, and conventional implicatures – in which the division of labor between semantics and pragmatics has given rise to new empirical and formal insights in the last decades. In each case, there is a vibrant contemporary debate concerning the modular decomposition of rich arrays of data.
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Reference: lingbuzz/002545
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Published in: To appear in Cambridge Handbook of Formal Semantics
keywords: semantics, pragmatics, scalar implicatures, presuppositions, conventional implicatures, supplements, expressives
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