Default Semantics for Presupposition as Anaphora
This chapter defends the view of presupposition as anaphora and the accompanying idea of binding to context, extending it by applying the principles of default interpretations to the cases of ambiguity caused by the existence of two, seemingly equally probable, anaphoric links in the case of the so-called partial matches.
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