Degree modifiers and common ground operators: The case of at all

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Crosslinguistically, many degree modifiers also act as modifiers of the common ground, either synchronically or diachronically. Despite this pattern, the two are often modeled quite differently. Using the English negative polarity item (NPI) at all, I show that a degree-based semantics for both degree modifiers and common ground (CG) operators can capture the parallelism between the two and accoun...

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