Natural Language Semantics 16 (4):359-372 (2008)

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Nick Kroll
Franklin and Marshall College
Abstract
The problem of indistinguishable participants is a well-known problem for D-type theories of donkey pronouns. Recently, Paul Elbourne has offered a D-type theory that purports to dissolve the problem of indistinguishable participants. I argue against Elboune’s solution
Keywords Anaphora  D-type theory  E-type theory  Situation semantics  Presupposition
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DOI 10.1007/s11050-008-9037-z
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