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  • Aloni, M., & Franke, M. (2013). On the Free Choice Potential of Epistemic and Deontic Modals. In I. Caponigro, & C. Cecchetto (Eds.), From Grammar to Meaning: The Spontaneous Logicality of Language (pp. 108-138). (Cambridge studies in linguistics). Cambridge University Press. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & Jacinto, B. (2014). Knowing Who: How Perspectives and Context Interact. In F. Lihoreau, & M. Rebuschi (Eds.), Epistemology, Context, and Formalism (pp. 81-107). (Synthese Library; Vol. 369). Springer. >>>
  • Aloni, M., Kimmelman, V., Roelofsen, F., Sassoon, G. W., Schulz, K., & Westera, M. (2012). Logic, language and meaning: 18th Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 19-21 2011: revised selected papers. (Lecture notes in computer science; Vol. 7218), (FoLLI Publications on Logic, Language and Information). Springer. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & Port, A. (2014). Modal inferences in marked indefinites: the case of German irgend-indefinites. In A. Aguilar-Guevara, B. Le Bruyn, & J. Zwarts (Eds.), Weak Referentiality (pp. 17-44). (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today; Vol. 219). John Benjamins Publishing Company. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & Port, A. (2015). Epistemic indefinites and methods of identification. In L. Alonso-Ovalle, & P. Menéndez-Benito (Eds.), Epistemic Indefinites: Exploring Modality Beyond the Verbal Domain (pp. 117-140). Oxford University Press. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & Roelofsen, F. (2011). Indefinites in Comparatives. Proceedings from Semantics and Linguistic Theory, 21, 19-38. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & Roelofsen, F. (2011). Interpreting concealed questions. Linguistics and Philosophy, 34(5), 443-478. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & Roelofsen, F. (2014). Indefinites in comparatives. Natural Language Semantics, 22(2), 145-167. >>>
  • Aloni, M., van Cranenburgh, A., Fernández, R., & Sznajder, M. (2012). Building a Corpus of Indefinite Uses Annotated with Fine-grained Semantic Functions. In N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, T. Declerck, M. Uğur Doğan, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, J. Odijk, & S. Piperidis (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'12): 23-25 May, 2012, Istanbul, Turkey (pp. 1511-1515). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). >>>
  • Aloni, M., & van Rooij, R. A. M. (2002). The dynamics of questions and focus. In B. Jackson (Ed.), SALT 12 CLC Publications. >>>
  • Aloni, M., & van Rooij, R. A. M. (2002). Topical domain restriction. In D. de Jongh, M. Nilsenová, & H. Zeevat (Eds.), Proceedings of Tbilisi symposium >>>
  • Aloni, M., & van Rooy, R. A. M. (2005). Free Choice Items and Alternatives. In Proceedings of KNAW Colloquium "Cognitive Foundations of Interpretation" KNAW. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2000). Conceptual covers in dynamic semantics. In P. Blackburn, & J. Seligman (Eds.), Logic, Language and Computation, Vol. III CSLI. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2001). Quantification under Conceptual Covers. [Thesis, fully internal, Universiteit van Amsterdam]. Institute for Logic, Language and Computation. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2001). Optimization games: An application. In Proceedings of TARK 2001 (pp. 69-82). Morgan Kaufmann. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2001). Pragmatics for propositional attitudes. In R. van Rooy, & M. Stokhof (Eds.), Proceedings of the Thirteenth Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, 2001 (pp. 19-24). ILLC. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2002). Questions under cover. In D. Barker-Plummer, D. Beaver, J. van Benthem, & P. Scotto de Luzio (Eds.), Words, Proofs, and Diagrams (pp. 167-191). CSLI. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2003). Free choice in modal contexts. In Arbeitspapiere des Fachbereichs Sprachwissenschaft (pp. 25-37). University of Konstanz. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2003). On choice-offering imperatives. In P. J. E. Dekker, & R. A. M. van Rooij (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Amsterdam Colloquium (pp. 57-62). ILLC. >>>
  • Aloni, M. (2005). Utility and Implicatures of Imperatives. In Proceedings of DIALOR'05 >>>

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