Adjectival polarity and the processing of scalar inferences

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Link to the presentation: An important question in pragmatics is whether the processing of scalar inferences, such as the inference from ‘warm’ to ‘not hot’, is cognitively effortful. A significant limitation of the current experimental record is its narrow focus on the scalar inference from ‘some’ to ‘not all’, to the exclusion of other scales from other parts of spee...


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