Semantic Plurality

English collective nouns and other ways of denoting pluralities of entities

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This monograph proposes a comparative approach to all the ways of denoting ‘more than one’ entity, from collective and aggregate nouns (with the first-ever typology), to count plurals, partly substantivised adjectives and conjoined NPs. This semantic feature approach to plurality, which cuts across number, the count/non-count distinction, and lexical/NP levels, reveals a very consistent Scale of Unit Integration, which establishes clear-cut boundaries for collective nouns, and accommodates cases such as three elephant, cattle or a chain of islands. The study also offers a refined understanding of aggregate nouns (a category nearly as large as that of collective nouns) and quantification in pseudo-partitives, develops Guillaume’s notion of ‘internal plurality’, and proposes the innovative concept of ‘hyperonyms of plural classes’ (e.g. furniture). The Animacy Hierarchy is also found to be influential, beyond hybrid agreement. The book aims to be accessible to scholars of any theoretical background interested in these topics.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 349]  2019.  x, 215 pp.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction: Why study semantic plurality and pluralities of entities?
2–26
Chapter 2. Hybrid agreement: Motivations, nature and constraints
28–52
Chapter 3. Establishing the boundaries of collective nouns for count nouns
54–102
Chapter 4. A comparison between NPs headed by count collective nouns and NPs whose /plurality/ feature is acquired in discourse
104–132
Chapter 5. Non-count singular nouns with a /plurality/ feature
134–165
Chapter 6. Lexical plurals that denote pluralities of entities
168–184
Chapter 7. General conclusion
186–191
References
193–206
General index
207
Lexical index
211
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