Sobel Sequences : Relevancy or Imprecision?

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CREMERS, Alexandre, ed., Thom VAN GESSEL, ed., Floris ROELOFSEN, ed.. Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium 2017. Amsterdam: Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam, 2017, pp. 325-334
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Sobel sequences were recently split into two independent phenomena by Klecha: Reversible True Sobel sequences and irreversible Lewis sequences. In this paper we show that Klecha’s prediction of unidirectionality for Lewis sequences is too strong. To this effect, we propose an alternate analysis, using Lewis’ contextualist relevancy-based framework for conditionals, from which a weaker version of Klecha’s analysis follows naturally, if we accept Bennett and Arregui’s view on how causality affects world similarity. In doing so, we automatically provide an explanation for infelicitous reverse True Sobel sequences, which is, as we also show, a problem for Klecha’s current account. Finally, we reunify the analysis of both sequence types under a single overarching linguistic phenomenon by treating the individual sequence types as proper subsets of Sobel sequences.

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400 Sprachwissenschaft, Linguistik
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conditional semantics, conditionals, semantics, pragmatics, imprecision, Sobel sequences, reverse Sobel sequences
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21st Amsterdam Colloquium 2017, 20. Dez. 2017 - 22. Dez. 2017, Amsterdam
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ISO 690KRASSNIG, David, 2017. Sobel Sequences : Relevancy or Imprecision?. 21st Amsterdam Colloquium 2017. Amsterdam, 20. Dez. 2017 - 22. Dez. 2017. In: CREMERS, Alexandre, ed., Thom VAN GESSEL, ed., Floris ROELOFSEN, ed.. Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium 2017. Amsterdam: Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam, 2017, pp. 325-334
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@inproceedings{Krassnig2017Sobel-66295,
  year={2017},
  title={Sobel Sequences : Relevancy or Imprecision?},
  url={https://semanticsarchive.net/Archive/jZiM2FhZ/AC2017-Proceedings.pdf},
  publisher={Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam},
  address={Amsterdam},
  booktitle={Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium 2017},
  pages={325--334},
  editor={Cremers, Alexandre and van Gessel, Thom and Roelofsen, Floris},
  author={Krassnig, David}
}
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