Locations and binding

Analysis 67 (294):95–105 (2007)
Abstract
It is natural to think that the relationship between ‘rain’ and the location of rain is different from the relationship between ‘dance’ and the location of dancing. Utterances of (1) are typically interpreted as, in some sense, being about a location in which it rains. (2) is, typically, not interpreted as being about a location in which the dancing takes place
Keywords philpapers: predicates and context-dependence
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