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  1. Alessandro Capone (2001). Review of Higginbotham Ed. Speaking of Events. [REVIEW] Linguistics 39 (6): 1179–1192..
    review of Higginbotham et al. -/- A Davidsonian approach.
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  2. John Collins (2009). The Perils of Content. Croatian Journal of Philosophy 9 (3):259-289.
    A range of positions persist in the proper interpretation of generative linguistics. The paper responds to recent work in this area that either weakly or strongly diverges from the non-contentful, internalist model presented in Collins (2008a). Against the sympathetic criticisms of Matthews (2008) and Smith (2008), it is argued that a crucial role for content in our understanding of linguistic theories remains obscure, although the discussion here will hopefully clarify the divergence between the parties as merely perspectival. Rey (2008) more (...)
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  3. Guillermo Del Pinal (2015). The Structure of Semantic Competence: Compositionality as an Innate Constraint of The Faculty of Language. Mind and Language 30 (4):375–413.
    This paper defends the view that the Faculty of Language is compositional, i.e., that it computes the meaning of complex expressions from the meanings of their immediate constituents and their structure. I fargue that compositionality and other competing constraints on the way in which the Faculty of Language computes the meanings of complex expressions should be understood as hypotheses about innate constraints of the Faculty of Language. I then argue that, unlike compositionality, most of the currently available non-compositional constraints predict (...)
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  4. Interpretative Semantics Meets Frankenstein (1971). Lauri Karttunen/Definite Descriptions with Crossing Corefe-Rence. A Study of the Bach-Peters Paradox 157 S.-Y. Kuroda/Two Remarks on Pronominalization 183 Earl R. Maccormac/Ostensive Instances in Language Learning 199 Leonharu LiPKA/Grammatical Categories, Lexical Items And. [REVIEW] Foundations of Language 7:302.
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  5. Randy Allen Harris (1990). The Life and Death of Generative Semantics. Dissertation, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    This dissertation is a rhetorical case study of the issues and arguments surrounding a schism that developed between Noam Chomsky and some linguists working in his program, shortly after the publication of Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. These linguists began exploring a line of thought that led them to the conclusion syntax and semantics interpenetrate in deep and inseparable ways. While this conclusion is latent in Chomsky's work of the period, he rejected the new developments (which took the name, (...)
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  6. A. J. I. Jones (1976). Generative Semantics: Some Test Cases. Synthese 32 (3-4):293 - 307.
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  7. J. J. Katz (1966). The Philosophy of Language. London.(1970): Interpretative Semantics Vs. Generative Semantics. Foundations of Language 6:220-259.
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  8. Petr Sgall (1973). Topic, Focus and Generative Semantics. Kronberg Taunus,Scriptor Verlag.
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