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  • Leszek, Andrea Suzanne (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1995)
  • Murasugi, Kumiko G., 1960- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992)
  • Edwards, Jan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981)
  • Womack, Catherine A (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993)
  • Krakowski, Israel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981)
  • Aguero Bautista, Calixto (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2001)
    This thesis argues that in a constituent question with a universal quantifier, syntactic reconstruction of the wh-phrase below the quantifier is the source of scope ambiguities. In particular, I argue, based on the interaction ...
  • Cuervo, Maria Cristina (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2003)
    This dissertation is a study of the syntactic and semantic properties of dative arguments. The main source of data is Spanish, where dative arguments can appear with all types of verbs, and can have a wide range of meanings: ...
  • Hagstrom, Paul Alan, 1971- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1998)
  • Takahashi, Shoichi, Ph. D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006)
    The Scope of quantificational phrases (QPs) is often not represented in surface structures, in the sense that a constituent that is, on the surface, sister to a QP is not necessarily interpreted as its argument semantically. ...
  • Klempner, Erica D. (Erica Diane) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997)
  • Tancredi, Christopher Damian (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992)
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    Anand, Pranav (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006)
    In this dissertation, I argue against a unitary treatment of individual de se ascription. Based on consideration of Yoruba logophors and English dream-report pronouns, I show that one mechanism is best analyzed as binding ...
  • Etlin, David Jeffrey (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2008)
    This dissertation studies the logics of value and conditionals, and the question of whether they should be given cognitivist analyses. Emotivist theories treat value judgments as expressions of desire, rather than beliefs ...
  • Ashwell, Lauren Mary (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009)
    In philosophy of mind, desire is an also-ran when it comes to theorizing about mental states - all the attention is on belief, (visual) perceptual experience, and pain. Desire is largely ignored, as it is assumed to be ...
  • Carlson, Lauri Henrik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1982)
  • Hiraiwa, Ken, 1974- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005)
    (cont.) are, then, determined at phase levels by late insertion of categorial features. One crucial aspect of the proposed theory of structural symmetry involves interweaving effects, which emerge as categorial determination ...
  • Foster, Susan Jane (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1977)
  • Sofaer, Neema, 1972- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004)
    This dissertation proposes a new reading and appraisal of an important theory of distributive justice, Ronald Dworkin's "Equality of Resources" (ER). ER is traditional in holding that choices made by rational, ignorant and ...
  • Fox, Daniel J. (Daniel Judah), 1966- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1998)
  • Trinh, Tue H. (Tue Huu) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011)
    This thesis is concerned with how grammar determines the phonological consequence of syntactic dislocation. It centers on a hypothesis regarding the linearization of movement chains - the Edge Condition on Copy Deletion, ...
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