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Query:   Lexical semantics readings, one more time
Author:  Heidi Harley
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics
Lexicography

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS --

MY APOLOGIES FOR TAKING UP SO MUCH BANDWIDTH WITH THIS, BUT THROUGH AN
INADVERTENT ERROR ON MY PART, A LARGE CHUNK OF THE REVISED SUMMARY OF
LEXICAL SEMANTICS READINGS WAS OMITTED: EVERYTHING FROM FREGE TO RITTER
AND ROSEN DIDN'T APPEAR IN THE LIST. BECAUSE THERE WAS A GREAT DEAL OF
INTEREST IN THE LIST, IT SEEMS REASONABLE TO SUPPLY THE MISSING PART. MY
APOLOGIES --
BEST,

HEIDI HARLEY
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FREIDIN, ROBERT. 1997. REVIEW OF CHOMSKY'S _THE MINIMALIST PROGRAM_.
LANGUAGE 73:571-582.

> GODDARD, CLIFF (1998): SEMANTIC ANALYSIS. OUP.

> GOLDBERG, ADELE E. 1995. A CONSTRUCTION GRAMMAR APPROACH TO ARGUMENT
> STRUCTURE. CHICAGO: UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS.

GRICE, H.P. 1968. LOGIC AND CONVERSATION. IN STUDIES IN THE WAY OF WORDS.
CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

> GRIMSHAW, JANE. 1993.

LL Issue: 10.1664
Date Posted: 03-Nov-1999
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