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Paul Elbourne
Paul Elbourne
Professor of the Philosophy of Language, University of Oxford
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Situations and individuals
PD Elbourne
MIT press, 2005
9222005
Total reconstruction, PF movement, and derivational order
U Sauerland, P Elbourne
Linguistic Inquiry 33 (2), 283-319, 2002
4092002
E-type anaphora as NP-deletion
P Elbourne
Natural Language Semantics 9 (3), 241-288, 2001
3272001
Demonstratives as individual concepts
P Elbourne
Linguistics and philosophy 31 (4), 409-466, 2008
2642008
Definite descriptions
P Elbourne
Oxford University Press, 2013
2622013
On the acquisition of Principle B
P Elbourne
Linguistic inquiry 36 (3), 333-365, 2005
1282005
Meaning: a slim guide to semantics
P Elbourne
Oxford University Press, 2011
952011
Ellipsis sites as definite descriptions
P Elbourne
Linguistic Inquiry 39 (2), 191-220, 2008
812008
Situations and individuals
P Elbourne
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2002
722002
The argument from binding
P Elbourne
Philosophical perspectives 22, 89-110, 2008
492008
Some correlations between semantic plurality and quantifier scope
P Elbourne
North East Linguistics Society 29 (1), 7, 1999
411999
Proto-Indo-European voiceless aspirates
P Elbourne
Historische Sprachforschung/Historical Linguistics 111 (1. H), 1-30, 1998
341998
The existence entailments of definite descriptions
P Elbourne
Linguistics and Philosophy 33 (1), 1-10, 2010
332010
The interpretation of pronouns
PD Elbourne
Language and Linguistics Compass 2 (1), 119-150, 2008
332008
On the semantics of pronouns and definite articles
P Elbourne
Proceedings of WCCFL 20, 164-177, 2001
312001
The semantics of ellipsis
P Elbourne
Interdisciplinary studies on information structure: ISIS; working papers of …, 2005
232005
E-type pronouns as definite articles
P Elbourne
Manuscript, MIT, 2000
222000
E-type pronouns as definite articles
P Elbourne
Manuscript, MIT, 2000
222000
Plain voiceless stop plus laryngeal in Indo-European
P Elbourne
Historische Sprachforschung/Historical Linguistics 113 (1./2. H), 2-28, 2000
192000
Why propositions might be sets of truth-supporting circumstances
P Elbourne
Journal of philosophical logic 39 (1), 101-111, 2010
112010
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