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Brian Buccola, Manuel Križ, and Emmanuel Chemla. 2021. Conceptual alternatives: Competition in language and beyond. Forthcoming in Linguistics and Philosophy.
Brian Buccola, Jeremy Kuhn, and David Nicolas. 2021. Groups vs. covers revisited: Structured pluralities and symmetric readings. Forthcoming in Natural Language Semantics.
Brian Buccola and Luka Crnič. 2021. NPIs, intervention, and collectivity. Semantics and Pragmatics 14.
Brian Buccola and Andreas Haida. 2020. How obligatory irrelevance, symmetric alternatives, and dense scales conspire: The case of modified numerals and ignorance. Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 30. 464–484.
Brian Buccola and Emmanuel Chemla. 2019. Alternatives of disjunctions: When a disjunct contains the antecedent of a pronoun. Snippets 37. 16–18.
Luka Crnič and Brian Buccola. 2019. Scoping NPIs out of DPs. Snippets 37. 19–21.
Brian Buccola and Andreas Haida. 2019. Obligatory irrelevance and the computation of ignorance inferences. Journal of Semantics 36(4). 583–616. (preprint)
For the 2017 version that treats modified numerals, click here.
Emmanuel Chemla, Isabelle Dautriche, Brian Buccola, and Joël Fagot. 2019. Constraints on the lexicons of human languages have cognitive roots present in baboons (Papio papio). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116(30). 14926–14930. (preprint)
Brian Buccola, Isabelle Dautriche, and Emmanuel Chemla. 2018. Competition and symmetry in an artificial word learning task. Frontiers in Psychology 9(2176).
Brian Buccola. 2018. A restriction on the distribution of exclusive only. Snippets 33. 3–4.
Brian Buccola and Andreas Haida. 2017. Expressing agent indifference in German. Amsterdam Colloquium 21. 165–174.
Brian Buccola and Andreas Haida. 2017. A surface-scope analysis of authoritative readings of modified numerals. Sinn und Bedeutung 21. 233–248.
Brian Buccola. 2016. Severing maximality from fewer than: Evidence from genericity. Sinn und Bedeutung 20. 127–144.
Brian Buccola. 2015. Variable monotonicity and less than: When Van Benthem’s problem is not a problem. North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 45. 125–134.
Brian Buccola. 2013. On the expressivity of Optimality Theory versus ordered rewrite rules. Formal Grammar. 142–158. (preprint)
Bernhard Schwarz, Brian Buccola, and Michael Hamilton. 2012. Two types of class B numeral modifiers: A reply to Nouwen 2010. Semantics and Pragmatics 5(1). 1–25.
(in various stages of being in prep., under review, in revision, defended, or abandoned)
Amir Anvari, Brian Buccola, and Andreas Haida. 2018. Alternative Questions in Farsi. (slides from a previous workshop)
Brian Buccola and Emmanuel Chemla. 2018. Two notes on the disjunct alternatives of disjunction.
Brian Buccola. 2017. Bare numerals, collectivity, and genericity: A new puzzle.
Brian Buccola. 2015. Maximality in the semantics of modified numerals. Montreal, Canada: McGill University PhD thesis.
Brian Buccola. 2013. Two proofs that classic Optimality Theory is expressively weaker than ordered rewrite rules. Montreal, Canada: McGill University second evaluation paper. (Mostly superseded by Buccola 2013, Formal Grammar; see above.)
Brian Buccola. 2012. Some remarks on inference patterns involving epistemic modality. Montreal, Canada: McGill University first evaluation paper.