Русские местоимения свободного выбора View Full Text


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2018-08-16

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Elena Paducheva

ABSTRACT

The Russian pronoun любой is treated as an indefinite pronoun in M. Haspelmath’s monograph Indefinite pronouns; it is referred to as ‘free choice’ pronoun. This term was introduced in Vendler’s Linguistics and philosophy in connection to one of the meanings of the English any. English any is ambiguous and can also be used as a ‘negative polarity’ pronoun. The Russian любой is also ambiguous, but in a different way: apart from the meaning of free choice (≈ existential quantification) it can be used as a universal quantifier as well. The paper deals with the contexts in which the pronoun любой is used in each of its two meanings. In different languages of the world the ambiguity of free choice and negative polarity is widespread. In this respect the Russian любой, which lacks this ambiguity, is of interest from a typological point of view. More... »

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291-319

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