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Exhaustive interpretation of complex sentences
R Van Rooij, K Schulz
Journal of logic, language and information 13, 491-519, 2004
4062004
Pragmatic meaning and non-monotonic reasoning: The case of exhaustive interpretation
K Schulz, R Van Rooij
Linguistics and philosophy 29, 205-250, 2006
3132006
Minimal models in semantics and pragmatics: Free choice, exhaustivity, and conditionals
K Schulz
University of Amsterdam, 2007
1072007
“If you’d wiggled A, then B would’ve changed” Causality and counterfactual conditionals
K Schulz
Synthese 179 (2), 239-251, 2011
1032011
9: Only: Meaning and lmplicatures
R Van Rooij, K Schulz
Questions in dynamic semantics, 193-223, 2007
982007
A pragmatic solution for the paradox of free choice permission
K Schulz
Synthese 147, 343-377, 2005
962005
Fake tense in conditional sentences: A modal approach
K Schulz
Natural language semantics 22, 117-144, 2014
942014
Conditionals, causality and conditional probability
R van Rooij, K Schulz
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 28, 55-71, 2019
672019
You may read it now or later. A case study on the paradox of free choice permission
K Schulz
University of Amsterdam MA thesis, 2003
532003
Generics and typicality: a bounded rationality approach
R Rooij, K Schulz
Linguistics and Philosophy 43, 83-117, 2020
342020
Topic, focus, and exhaustive interpretation
R Van Rooij, K Schulz
Contrastiveness in information structure, alternatives and scalar …, 2017
242017
Inflection and derivation: How adjectives and nouns refer to abstract objects
L McNally, H de Swart, M Aloni, V Kimmelman, F Roelofsen, G Sassoon, ...
Proceedings of the 18th Amsterdam Colloquium, 425-434, 2011
242011
Non-deictic tenses in conditionals
K Schulz
Semantics and Linguistic Theory, 694-710, 2008
232008
The similarity approach strikes back: Negation in counterfactuals
K Schulz
Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22 (2), 343-360, 2018
152018
The Birth of Bias: A case study on the evolution of gender bias in an English language model
O Van Der Wal, J Jumelet, K Schulz, W Zuidema
arXiv preprint arXiv:2207.10245, 2022
132022
Thinking about causation: a causal language with epistemic operators
F Barbero, K Schulz, S Smets, FR Velázquez-Quesada, K Xie
Dynamic Logic. New Trends and Applications: Third International Workshop …, 2020
132020
Fake perfect in X-marked conditionals
K Schulz
Semantics and Linguistic Theory, 547-570, 2017
122017
Troubles at the Semantics/Syntax Interface: Some thoughts about the modal approach to conditionals
K Schulz
Proceedings of sinn und bedeutung 14, 388-404, 2010
112010
Minimal models vs. logic programming: the case of counterfactual conditionals
K Schulz
Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics 24 (1-2), 153-168, 2014
102014
Undesirable biases in NLP: Averting a crisis of measurement
O Van der Wal, D Bachmann, A Leidinger, L van Maanen, W Zuidema, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2211.13709, 2022
92022
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