In the following you find an overview of the talks given by the project members as part of the project.

2019

July

Kristina Liefke: A case for property-type semantics. At the 26th Workshop on Logic, Language, Information & Computation (WoLLIC 2019). Utrecht University.

June

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Comparing expressive power in two-dimensional semantics. At the workshop Context Sensitivity and Logical ConsequenceSMCSL research network, Universität Bonn.

Kristina Liefke: Reasoning with an (experiential) attitude: inference relations between same-type attitude reports. At the workshop Context Sensitivity and Logical ConsequenceSMCSL research network, Universität Bonn

April

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Extensions: what they are and the role they play in compositional semantics. At the Department of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Kristina Liefke: Reasoning with an (experiential) attitude: contextual inference relations between same-type attitude reports. At Reasoning, Argumentation and Logic in Natural Language: Experiments and Models, a Workshop of the X-Prag framework. Ruhr University, Bochum.

March

Thomas E. Zimmermann: From Frege to Bäuerle. At FregeFest VI, University of California, Irvine.

February

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Extensions: what they are and the role they play in compositional semantics. At Semantics Tea, Department of Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles.

January

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Extensions: what they are and the role they play in compositional semantics. At SemanticsBabble, University of California San Diego.

Kristina Liefke: A ‘situated’ solution to Prior’s substitution problem. At the Obserseminar Philosophie und Linguistik, Georg August University, Göttingen.

2018

December

Kristina Liefke: Objects and events in situated single-type semantics mit Markus Werning. At the 13th International Symposium of Cognition, Logic and Communication: Events and Objects in Perception, Cognition, and Language, University of Latvia, Riga.

Kristina Liefke: Saving Hamlet ellipsis. At Semantics and Philosophy in Europe 10, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.

November

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Extensionen in der kompositionellen Semantik: was sie sind und welche Rolle sie spielen. At the Linguistischer Arbeitskreis & Center for Language, Information and Philosophy. Universität zu Köln.

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Extensionen in der kompositionellen Semantik: was sie sind und welche Rolle sie spielen At the Philosophical Seminar, Universität Göttingen.

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Anaphoric Operators and Expressivity in Intensional Languages At the Logic Colloquium, Universität Konstanz.

Kristina Liefke: A ‘situated’ solution to Prior’s substitution problem. At the Semantics Research Group, Keio University, Tokyo.

Kristina Liefke: A case for ‘property-ism’. At Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics 15, Keio University, Yokohama.

September

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Worlds and Models in Alternative Semantics. Bei Summer School Intonation and Word Order, Universität Graz.

Kristina Liefke: A ‘vivid’ solution to Prior’s substitution problem. At Sinn und Bedeutung 23. Centre de Lingüística Teòrica, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Kristina Liefke: A ‘situated’ solution to Prior’s substitution problem. At Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, philosophical, and psychological perspectives, Heinrich-Heine Universität, Düsseldorf .

July

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Towards a non-propositionalist analysis of pictorial content* [POSTER]. At the international workshop Linguistic Explorations Beyond Language: Music, Dance and Visual Narrative. 2nd Crete Summer School of Linguistics. University of Crete, Rethymnon.

April

Kristina Liefke: Substitution and objectivization in attitude complements with Alex Grzankowski. At the Semantics Colloquium, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt.

March

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Extensions in Compositional Semantics. At the international conference Semantics 2018: Looking Ahead dedicated to Angelika Kratzer. University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Thomas E. Zimmermann: Montague Grammar: 50 years after. At the Department of Linguistics, University of California, Irvine.