Part I: Studies in Linguistics
1. A Paradox in English Syntax
2. A Putatively Banned Type of Raising
3. A New Raising Mystery
4. Chromaticity: An Overlooked English Grammatical Category Distinction
5. The Structure of One Type of American English Vulgar Minimizer
6. The Openness of Natural Languages
Part II: Studies of Junk Linguistics
7. Junk Syntax 1: A Supposed Account of Strong Crossover Effects
8. Junk Syntax 2: "There Remain a Few As Yet Unexplained Exceptions"
9. Junk Ethics 1: Advances in Linguistic Rhetoric
10. Junk Refereeing: Our Tax Dollars at Work
11. Junk Ethics 2: The Most Irresponsible Passage
12. Junk Reasoning 1: If It Doesn't Follow Automatically, Then It's Pretty Much Got to at Least Virtually Follow, and If Not, Don't Worry; It Is Still Unquestionably Natural
13. Junk Reasoning 2: '(Virtually) Conceptually Necessary'
14. Junk Linguistics: The Bottom Line