In Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung 14. pp. 1-16 (2010)
AbstractI show how, contrary to recent claims, so-called embedded imperatives are better analyzed in terms of mixed quotation. To this end I extend the presuppositional analysis of mixed quotation to include quotations of constructions.
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