Composing CPs: evidence from disjunction and conjunction

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The standard Hintikka semantics of clausal embedding treats the complementizer "that" as vacuous, and takes the meaning of the CP to simply inherit the meaning of the TP. We present data from CP conjunction and disjunction in Russian and Hebrew to show that this is wrong. In Russian and Hebrew CP con/disjunction doesn't have the same interpretation as the corresponding TP con/disjunction under a ...


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