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Linguistic Inquiry

Overview

Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 35, Issue 2 - Spring 2004

Articles

Disjunction, Focus, and Scope
pp. 179-217
Abstract | PDF (474.89 KB)
Using Inconsistency Detection to Overcome Structural Ambiguity
pp. 219-253
Abstract | PDF (172.18 KB)
Wanting, Having, and Getting: A Note on Fodor and Lepore 1998
pp. 255-267
Abstract | PDF (94.32 KB)
On Indefinite Pronoun Structures with APs: Reply to Kishimoto
pp. 268-287
Abstract | PDF (103.17 KB)
Semitic Relatives
pp. 288-300
Abstract | PDF (92.62 KB)
French Bare Arguments Are Not Extinct: The Case of Coordinated Bare Nouns
pp. 301-313
Abstract | PDF (75.04 KB)
Are There “Double Relative Clauses” in Korean?
pp. 315-337
Abstract | PDF (144.49 KB)
Long-Distance Agreement and the Syntax of for-to Infinitives
pp. 338-343
Abstract | PDF (42.8 KB)
Indefinites in Verb Phrase Ellipsis
pp. 344-353
Abstract | PDF (56.18 KB)