Bernhard Schwarz

Linguistics McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
"Bernhard Schwarz"


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Kyle Johnson grad student 2000 U Mass Amherst
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Angelika Kratzer grad student 2000 U Mass Amherst
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Brian Buccola grad student McGill
Alexandra Simonenko grad student 2009-2014 McGill (Neurotree)
Daniel Goodhue grad student 2012-2018 McGill


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Hirsch A, Schwarz B. (2020) Singular which, mention-some, and variable scope uniqueness Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 29: 748-767
Schwarz B, Oshima DY, Simonenko A. (2019) Factive islands from necessary blocking Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 29: 529-548
Bale A, Schwarz B. (2019) Proportional readings of many and few : the case for an underspecified measure function Linguistics and Philosophy. 1-27
Schwarz B, Simonenko A. (2018) On the logical makeup of how- and why-questions Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 28: 533-545
Schwarz B, Simonenko A. (2018) Factive islands and meaning-driven unacceptability Natural Language Semantics. 26: 253-279
Schwarz B. (2017) At least and ignorance: A reply to Coppock & Brochhagen 2013 Semantics and Pragmatics. 9
Schwarz B. (2017) Negative polarity items: a case for questions as licensers Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 27: 230-247
Schwarz B. (2016) Consistency preservation in Quantity implicature: The case of at least Semantics and Pragmatics. 9
Schwarz B, Buccola B, Hamilton M. (2012) Two types of class B numeral modifiers: A reply to Nouwen 2010 Semantics and Pragmatics. 5
Schwarz B, Shimoyama J. (2010) Negative Islands and obviation by 'wa' in Japanese degree questions Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 20: 702-719
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