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In the complements of many DP/CP-neutral attitude verbs (e.g. remember, fear, see), CPs resist the truth-preserving substitution by a DP of the form 'the proposition [CP ]'. This substitution is often perceived as involving a shift in verb-reading from a reading in which the semantic value of the complement serves as the content of the attitude to a reading in which it serves as the object towards which the attitude is directed (see Moltmann's 2003 objectivization effect). This paper provides adoi:10.18148/sub/2019.v23i2.598 fatcat:x4qp23ae5vbvbkwpeqhfa2dygi