Configurational Attitudes

Abstract : It is claimed that the "de dicto" vs "de se" readings of belief contents is partly due to syntactic propreties related to different binding properties of pronouns and reflexives and that the study of "indirectly attributed" belief is to a large extent a study of different types of evidentiality.
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Jose lema, Esthela Trevino. Theoretical Analyses of Romance Languages, Benjamins, pp.155-177, 1998


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Pierre Pica, Johan Rooryck. Configurational Attitudes. Jose lema, Esthela Trevino. Theoretical Analyses of Romance Languages, Benjamins, pp.155-177, 1998. <hal-00207634>

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