Where demonstratives meet vagueness: Possible languages

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I argue that both demonstratives and vague predicates are instances of some more general linguistic phenomena, which could take quite different forms. My argument consists in constructing three natural-like langauges, and using their intelligibility to argue for conclusions about languages such as English.
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DOI 10.1111/1467-9264.00042
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