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Semantics, metasemantics, aboutness by Ori Simchen (review)

Semantics, metasemantics, aboutness by Ori Simchen (review) Re v ie w s 991 Miyagawa, Shigeru. 2010. Why agree? Why move? Unifying agreement-based and discourse-configura- tional languages. Cambridge, MA: MiT Press. Nishigauchi, Taisuke. 1990. Quantification in the theory of grammar. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Oikonomou, Despina. 2017. s loppy pro in Greek: An e -type analysis. Chicago Linguistic Society 52. Oku, Satoshi. 1998. A theory of selection and reconstruction in the minimalist perspective. s torrs: Univer- sity of Connecticut dissertation. Saito, Mamoru. 1985. Some asymmetries in Japanese and their theoretical implications. Cambridge, MA: MiT dissertation. Shlonsky, Ur, and Gabriela Soare. 2011. w here’s ‘why’? Linguistic Inquiry 42.651–69. DOi: 10.1162 /LiNG_a_00064. Speas, Margaret, and Carol Tenny. 2003. Configurational properties of point of view roles. Asymmetry in grammar, ed. by Anna Maria Di s ciullo, 315–44. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. van Urk, Coppe. 2015. The syntax of displacement: A Dinka case study. Cambridge, MA: MiT dissertation. Department of Philology, Linguistics section University of Crete University Campus Gallos 74100 Rethymno, Greece [elena.anagnostopoulou01@gmail.com] Semantics, metasemantics, aboutness. By Ori Simchen. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xviii, 159. is BN 9780198792147. $60. Reviewed by Gila Sher, University of California, San Diego in this book Ori s imchen advocates a productivist approach, or orientation, to metaseman- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Language Linguistic Society of America

Semantics, metasemantics, aboutness by Ori Simchen (review)

Language , Volume 94 (4) – Dec 19, 2018

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Re v ie w s 991 Miyagawa, Shigeru. 2010. Why agree? Why move? Unifying agreement-based and discourse-configura- tional languages. Cambridge, MA: MiT Press. Nishigauchi, Taisuke. 1990. Quantification in the theory of grammar. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Oikonomou, Despina. 2017. s loppy pro in Greek: An e -type analysis. Chicago Linguistic Society 52. Oku, Satoshi. 1998. A theory of selection and reconstruction in the minimalist perspective. s torrs: Univer- sity of Connecticut dissertation. Saito, Mamoru. 1985. Some asymmetries in Japanese and their theoretical implications. Cambridge, MA: MiT dissertation. Shlonsky, Ur, and Gabriela Soare. 2011. w here’s ‘why’? Linguistic Inquiry 42.651–69. DOi: 10.1162 /LiNG_a_00064. Speas, Margaret, and Carol Tenny. 2003. Configurational properties of point of view roles. Asymmetry in grammar, ed. by Anna Maria Di s ciullo, 315–44. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. van Urk, Coppe. 2015. The syntax of displacement: A Dinka case study. Cambridge, MA: MiT dissertation. Department of Philology, Linguistics section University of Crete University Campus Gallos 74100 Rethymno, Greece [elena.anagnostopoulou01@gmail.com] Semantics, metasemantics, aboutness. By Ori Simchen. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xviii, 159. is BN 9780198792147. $60. Reviewed by Gila Sher, University of California, San Diego in this book Ori s imchen advocates a productivist approach, or orientation, to metaseman-

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