Papers

  1.  Two types of English non-manner how-clauses

       Invited for a volume on non-interrogative subordinate wh-clauses (ed. by C. Umbach & L. Jedrzejowski).   [precis]

  

  2.  A Propositionalist semantics for imagination and depiction reports

       Accepted. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 24, 18 p.   [poster]

    

  3.  Reasoning with an (experiential) attitude

       Accepted. New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI): 16 p.   [preprint]

  

  4.  A compositional pluralist semantics for extensional and attitude verbs

       To appear. Language, Cognition, and Mind, 16 p.   [paper]

   

  5.  Saving Hamlet ellipsis

       2020. Logic and Algorithms in Computational Linguistics 2018 (SCI 860): 17--43.  [preprint] 

  

  6.  DPs and CPs in depiction complements  

       2019. Proceedings of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium, 10 p.   [abstract]

    

  7.  A case for property-type semantics

       2019. Proceedings of WoLLIC 2019 (LNCS 11541): 467--485.   [preprint]

  

  8.  A 'situated' solution to Prior's substitution problem

       2019. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 23: 55--72.   [paper]

  

  9.  A case for property-ism

       2018. Proceedings of LENLS 15, 14 p.

  

10.  Evidence for single-type semantics – an alternative to e/t-based dual-type semantics, w. Markus Werning

       2018. Journal of Semantics 35 (4): 639-685.   [precis] [poster] [preprint]

    

11.  Intertheoretic reduction, confirmation, and Montague's syntax-semantics relation, w. Stephan Hartmann

       2018. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 27 (4): 313-341.   [preprint]

  

12.  Relating intensional semantic theories: established methods and surprising results

       2018. New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI 10838): 171--187.   [preprint]

  

13.  Rich situated attitudes, with Mark Bowker     (revised and extended version of 13.)

       2017. New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI 10247): 45--61.   [preprint]

 

14.  Rich situated propositions: the 'right' objects for the content of propositional attitudes, with Mark Bowker

       2016. Proceedings of LENLS 13: 173--186.   [preprint]

   

15.  A computable solution to Partee's temperature puzzle, with Sam Sanders

       2016. Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics 2016 (LNCS 10054): 175--190.   [preprint]

  

16.  A single-type logic for natural language

       2015. Journal of Logic and Computation 25 (4): 1111--1131.   [preprint]

   

17.  Codability and robustness in formal natural language semantics

       2015. New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI 9067): 6--22.   [preprint]

   

18.  A Single-Type Semantics for Natural Language

       2014. My Tilburg University dissertation.

  

19.  Solving Partee's temperature puzzle in an EFL-ontology

        2014. Joint Proceedings of NLCS'14 & NLSR 2014: 7--18.

  

20.  A single-type semantics for the PTQ*-fragment

        2014. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 18: 253--270.

  

21.  A single-type ontology for natural language
        2013. Proceedings of GAP.8: 70--84.

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Institute for Linguistics

Goethe University Frankfurt

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60323 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

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60323 Frankfurt am Main

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