Generalized distributivity operators

Linguistics and Philosophy 21 (1):83-93 (1998)
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Presents a series of generalizations of distributivity operators across a type hierarchy, in order to account for collective-distributive ambiguities for non-subject arguments.

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Peter Nathan Lasersohn
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