Semantics and Pragmatics, founded in 2007 and first published in 2008, is a Diamond Open Access journal published by the Linguistic Society of America.

Vol. 16 (2023)

Published: 2023-01-05

A semantic universal for modality

Shane Steinert-Threlkeld, Nathaniel Imel, Qingxia Guo

1:EA

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Vol. 15 (2022)

Published: 2022-01-19

Logic and conversation

The case of free choice

Maria Aloni

5:EA

Keep only strong

Luis Alonso-Ovalle, Aron Hirsch

6:EA

Exceptional wide scope of bare nominals

Bert Le Bruyn, Henriëtte de Swart

7:EA

Pragmatic reasoning and semantic convention

A case study on gradable adjectives

Ming Xiang, Christopher Kennedy, Weijie Xu, Timothy Leffel

9:EA

Attentional Pragmatics

A new pragmatic approach to exhaustivity

Matthijs Westera

10:EA

Two paths to habituality

The semantics of habitual mode in Tlingit

Seth Cable

11:EA

Probabilistic modeling of rational communication with conditionals

Britta Grusdt, Daniel Lassiter, Michael Franke

13:EA

Belief or consequences

Christopher Tancredi, Yael Sharvit

14:EA

Alternatives and attention in language and reasoning

A reply to Mascarenhas & Picat 2019

Nadine Bade, Léo Picat, WooJin Chung, Salvador Mascarenhas

2:EA

Varieties of Hurford disjunctions

Paul Marty, Jacopo Romoli

3:EA

The role of Alternatives in the interpretation of scalars and numbers

Insights from the inference task

Chao Sun, Richard Breheny

8:EA

Scorekeeping in a chess game

Bryan Pickel, Brian Rabern

12:EA

 

Vol. 14 (2021)

Published: 2021-03-02

Formal properties of now revisited

Una Stojnić, Daniel Altshuler

3:EA

Explaining gaps in the logical lexicon of natural languages

A decision-theoretic perspective on the square of Aristotle

Émile Enguehard, Benjamin Spector

5:1-31

The landscape of speech reporting

Corien Bary, Emar Maier

8:1-54

The most, the fewest and the least

On the relative readings of quantity superlatives

E. Cameron Wilson

9:EA

Presuppositional exhaustification

Itai Bassi, Guillermo Del Pinal, Uli Sauerland

11:1-48

Negative free choice

Paul Marty, Jacopo Romoli, Yasutada Sudo, Richard Breheny

13:EA

NPIs, intervention, and collectivity

Brian Buccola, Luka Crnič

2:1-24

Does intonation automatically strengthen scalar implicatures?

John Michael Tomlinson, Jr., Camilo R. Ronderos

4:EA

 

Vol. 13 (2020)

Published: 2020-04-04

Understanding focus

Pitch, placement and coherence

Julian J Schlöder, Alex Lascarides

1:1-53

Multi-modal meaning

An empirically-founded process algebra approach

Hannes Rieser, Insa Lawler

8:1-55

Conjectural questions

The case of German verb-final wohl questions

Regine Eckardt

9:1-54

Reciprocity

Anaphora, scope, and quantification

Dag Trygve Truslew Haug, Mary Dalrymple

10:1-62

Predicting the end

Epistemic change in Romance

Patricia Amaral, Fabio Del Prete

11:1-50

Weak necessity without weak possibility

The composition of modal strength distinctions in Javanese

Jozina Vander Klok, Vera Hohaus

12:1-55

Expressions in focus

Poppy Mankowitz

13:1-52

Non-informative assertions

The case of non-optional wh-in-situ

María Biezma

18:EA

Eavesdropping

What is it good for?

Jonathan Phillips, Matthew Mandelkern

19:1-35

Alternative questions

Distinguishing between negated and complementary disjuncts

Andrea Beltrama, Erlinde Meertens, Maribel Romero

5:1-29

 

Vol. 12 (2019)

Published: 2019-11-14

Donkeys under discussion

Lucas Champollion, Dylan Bumford, Robert Henderson

1:EA

Different again

Pritty Patel-Grosz, Sigrid Beck

3:EA

Learnability and semantic universals

Shane Steinert-Threlkeld, Jakub Szymanik

4:EA

Distributive ignorance inferences with wonder and believe

Alexandre Cremers, Floris Roelofsen, Wataru Uegaki

5:EA

Coercion by modification

The adaptive capacities of event-sensitive adnominal modifiers

Sebastian Buecking, Claudia Maienborn

9:EA

What ifs

Justin Bledin, Kyle Rawlins

14:EA

Attitudes in discourse

Italian polar questions and the particle mica

Ilaria Frana, Kyle Rawlins

16:EA

 

Vol. 11 (2018)

Published: 2018-02-09

Counterfactual de se

Hazel Pearson

2:EA

That’s not quite it

An experimental investigation of (non‑)exhaustivity in clefts

Joseph P. De Veaugh-Geiss, Swantje Tönnis, Edgar Onea, Malte Zimmermann

3:EA

A formal semantics for situated conversation

Julie Hunter, Nicholas Asher, Alex Lascarides

10:EA