Paper published in “Philosophical Studies”

My paper "Disagreement about logic from a pluralist perspective" has just been published in Philosophical Studies. In the paper, I argue that it is hard, if not impossible, to formulate an interesting version of logical pluralism when relying on a semantic implementation of the intuitive notion of rivalry between logics. In particular, I focus on … Continue reading Paper published in “Philosophical Studies”

Workshop: Context-sensitivity and logical consequence

[As the event is approaching, I pushed this up a bit] This June, the scientific network on context-sensitive language will host a workshop on the interrelations between logic and context-sensitivity in Bonn. Confirmed speakers (so far) are: Gillian Russell (Chapel Hill) Filippo Ferrari (Bonn) Daniel Gutzmann (Cologne) Kristina Liefke (Frankfurt) Sebastiano Moruzzi (Bologna) Stefano Pugnaghi … Continue reading Workshop: Context-sensitivity and logical consequence

Special Issue on “Semantic Variability”

Alexander Dinges, Julia Zakkou, and myself are editing a special issue on semantic variability to appear in Inquiry. I post the call for papers below. Please feel free to share. If you know anyone working on these issues, please do encourage them to submit their papers. Call for Papers – Special Issue on “Semantic Variability” … Continue reading Special Issue on “Semantic Variability”

Context-sensitivity Workshop: Subjective Language

I keep working on context-sensitivity and I am excited to be part of the recently founded research network on "The semantics and metasemantics of context-sensitive language". Network member Julia Zakkou already hosted a workshop on "What contexts can and cannot do" in Hamburg, last April and there is another one coming up in Berlin this … Continue reading Context-sensitivity Workshop: Subjective Language