Larry Horn in Best of Language

April 17, 2013

To mark the exceptional scholarship in the past 90 years of the quarterly journal Language, a volume of the most influential papers to appear in the journal is being curated. The first volume (1925-1955) contains many notable names from Yale (Bloomfield, Sapir, Swadesh, Bloch, and Wells) and the recently announced second volume (1956-1985) adds one more Yale name to the list: Larry Horn with his 1985 paper Metalinguistic Negation and Pragmatic Ambiguity. You can see the contents of both volumes here.

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