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By Maria Aloni (auth.), Balder D. ten Cate, Henk W. Zeevat (eds.)

Edited in collaboration with FoLLI, the organization of good judgment, Language and data, this booklet constitutes the second one quantity of the FoLLI LNAI subline. It represents the completely refereed post-proceedings of the sixth overseas Tbilisi Symposium on good judgment, Language, and Computation, TbiLLC 2005, held in Batumi, Georgia, in September 2005.

The 19 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a number of shows on the symposium. The papers current present study in all features of linguistics, good judgment and computation and tackle the subsequent themes intimately: modal good judgment, linguistics and typology, formal pragmatics, linguistics and formal pragmatics, semantics and pragmatics, linguistic, typology, semantics and pragmatics, linguistics, semantics and learnability, info and synthetic intelligence, formal pragmatics and typology, linguistics, semantics and typology, in addition to common sense and linguistics.

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A. ’ 33 ´ban. b. loc Since in Hungarian both ‘only’ and identificational focus indicate exhaustivity, the question arises whether sentences with bare (identificational) focus (4a) and sentences with ‘only’ (4b) get the same interpretation or not and if they are not the same what the difference is. In classical semantic analyses ‘only’ is identified with an exhaustivity operator, which suggests that identificational focus and ‘only’ get the same semantic interpretation with one exh/only operator. Later on we will see that this view cannot be applied to some focus constructions in Hungarian.

The others nobody or more persons] b. ’ For multiple terms, Groenendijk and Stokhof (1984, 1991) gives the generalized definition of exhaustivity (EXHn ). called(x, y)) = ∀x∀y[called(x, y) ↔ [x = a ∧ y = e]] This is the intended interpretation saying that the only pair of persons of whom the call-relation holds is: Anna and Emil. The problem arises if we try to get the meaning in (14b). In Groenendijk and Stokhof’s (1984, 1991) framework ‘only’ and the exhaustivity operator are not distinct, thus the two ‘only’s are the operators that exhaustify the phrases respectively: EXH(a) called EXH(e).

However, example (3b) suggests the opposite, since ‘only’ cannot go together with information focus, only with identificational focus, which is already exhaustive. This fact can be an argument in favour of the view that ‘only’ in Hungarian is not responsible for exhaustive meaning, or it can be an argument against the existence of information focus. In this paper I choose for the second option, to give exhaustive semantics for ‘only’. I will suggest an analysis for Hungarian focus and ‘only’ with two distinct operators, EX H and ON LY .

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