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Groups vs. covers revisited: Evidence from symmetric readings of sentences with plurals

Abstract : We present new arguments for the existence of genuine symmetric readings of sentences with plural terms, which we claim challenge all current semantic theories of plurality. We sketch two analytical directions and describe some of the diverging predictions they make.
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Brian Buccola, Jeremy Kuhn, David Nicolas. Groups vs. covers revisited: Evidence from symmetric readings of sentences with plurals. Workshop on the Cross-Linguistic Semantics of Reciprocals, Oct 2019, Uttrecht, Netherlands. pp.17-27. ⟨ijn_03081846⟩

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