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Discourse Representation Theory
B Geurts, DI Beaver, E Maier
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2007
1502007
Quotation and Unquotation in Free Indirect Discourse
E Maier
Mind and Language 30 (3), 345-373, 2015
1322015
Mixed Quotation The Grammar of Apparently Transparent Opacity.
E Maier
Semantics and Pragmatics 7 (7), 1-67, 2014
119*2014
Proper names and indexicals trigger rigid presuppositions
E Maier
Journal of Semantics 26, 253-315, 2009
1182009
Quotation in context
B Geurts, E Maier
Belgian Journal of Linguistics 17 (1), 109-128, 2005
1162005
Presupposing acquaintance: a unified semantics for de dicto, de re and de se belief reports
E Maier
Linguistics and Philosophy 32 (5), 429-474, 2010
1092010
Belief in Context: Towards a unified semantics of de re and de se attitude reports
E Maier
Radboud University Nijmegen, Dept. of Philosophy, 2006
60*2006
The pragmatics of attraction: Explaining unquotation in direct and free indirect discourse
E Maier
The semantics and pragmatics of quotation, 259-280, 2017
592017
Parasitic Attitudes
E Maier
Linguistics and Philosophy, 2015
572015
Fictional names in psychologistic semantics
E Maier
Theoretical Linguistics, 2017
532017
Contrast as denial in multi-dimensional semantics
J Spenader, E Maier
Journal of pragmatics 41 (9), 1707-1726, 2009
502009
Children mix direct and indirect speech: evidence from pronoun comprehension.
F Köder, E Maier
Journal of Child Language, 2015
402015
Pure quotation
E Maier
Philosophy compass 9 (9), 615-630, 2014
392014
Mixed quotation: between use and mention
E Maier
Proceedings of LENLS, 2007
372007
Shifting perspectives in pictorial narratives
E Maier, S Bimpikou
332019
Layered DRT
B Geurts, E Maier
Ms., Radboud University Nijmegen, 2003
332003
A plea against monsters
E Maier
Grazer Philosophische Studien 93 (3), 363-395, 2016
322016
Language shifts in free indirect discourse
E Maier
Journal of literary semantics 43 (2), 143-167, 2014
322014
Perspective shift increases processing effort of pronouns: A comparison between direct and indirect speech
F Köder, E Maier, P Hendriks
Language, cognition and neuroscience 30 (8), 940-946, 2015
312015
Japanese reported speech: against a direct–indirect distinction
E Maier
New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence, 133-145, 2009
312009
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