The leoding forum for Natural Language Semantics: Natural Language Processing, Cognitive Semantics, Semantic Theory Journal of Semantics MANAGING EDITOR Peter Bosch IBM Germany The Journal of Semantics is the leading international forum for the rapid developments that have taken place over the last decade in the field of natural language semantics. Increasingly, its crucial relevance has been recognized in practically all areas of natural language research. High formal standards have been set as it has striven to meet the growing need for computational and empirical adequacy. This process has been aided by the intense interdisciplinary exchange and cooperation that has simultaneously occurred, setting new standards for the field as a whole and working towards a true integration. Recent and forthcoming articles include Chris Barker Group Terms in English: Representing Groups as Atoms Michael Kac A Simplified Theory of Boolean Semantic Types Kees van Deemter Towards a Generalization of Anaphora Francis Cornish So Be It: The Discourse-Semantic Roles of'so' and'it' Arthur Merin Permission Sentences Walter Kasper Presuppositions, Composition, and Simple Subjunctives Judy Delin Properties of 'it'-Cleft Presupposition Alan Ramsay Presupposition and WH-Clauses Henk Zeevat Presupposition and Accommodation in Update Semantics Rob van der Sand t Presupposition Projection as Anaphora Resolution Carola Eschenbach Semantics of Number Irene Heim Presupposition Projection and the Semanticsfor Attitude Verbs Subscription rates for Volume 10 1993 (4 issues) Institutions £59/$117 Individuals £29.50/$58 (Please note: £ sterling rates apply in Europe, US$ rates elsewhere) To subscribe or to receive further information and a free sample copy, please write to Journals Marketing (X93), Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, UK TEL: (+44) (0) 865 56767 FAX: (+44) (0) 865 267773
Theoretical Linguistics – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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