Lots of exciting things are going on in the Windy City! First of, our regular Semantics and Philosophy of Language Workshop is getting in good shape and there are, or so we hope, even more goodies to come, so check out this term’s lineup here.
This academic year’s Central APA takes place in Chicago during its finest time of the year and I will gladly fight the ice to enjoy a few talks at the Palmer House. Friday afternoon will also see me give comments on Theodore Korzukhin’s “Dominance Conditionals and Adams’s Thesis”.
UChicago will also host SALT 22 in May 2012, which, to say the least, is a pretty big deal, and I am happy to be involved in organizing this fine event.
I will also have an out of town game in Seattle, presenting “Nonmonotonic Thoughts on Conditional Oughts” at the Pacific APA (April 2012). The paper behind this talk will be available in drafty form some time in the future. In the meantime, I’ve uploaded a revised draft of my good ol’ paper on epistemic modals.