Subjectivity in Berlin

Next stop will be Berlin, where I will be presenting joint work with Chris Kennedy on counterstance contingency and subjective meaning at the ZAS (November 13–14). More info here, and all of this courtesy of…

L&P Workshop 2017–18

This year’s University of Chicago Linguistic and Philosophy Workshop is off to a good start with a visit John Horty this Friday, September 29. Check out the program (still developing) here.

InqBnB Workshop

I will be presenting some new work on free choice and its failures at the Inquisitiveness Below and Beyond the Sentence Boundary Workshop in Broek in Waterland (June 26-29, 2017), courtesy of Floris Roelefson. I…

Subjectivity in Language and Thought

This coming Friday and Saturday, Chris Kennedy and I will be hosting a two-day workshop on subjectivity in language and thought here at the University of Chicago. Check out the program here. The workshop is…

Simplifying with Free Choice

My “Simplifying with Free Choice” is now forthcoming in Topoi as a contribution to a selection of papers presented at the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium. I will post the doi as soon as it becomes available….

Lessons from Sobel Sequences

My “Lessons from Sobel Sequences” is now forthcoming in Semantics and Pragmatics. I will post the doi as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime, here is the abstract: Folklore has it that Sobel…

Honoring Josef Stern

The Department of Philosophy at the University of Chicago is organizing a conference in honor of Josef Stern, William H. Colvin Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy and in the College, and Inaugural Director of…

Advice for Noncognitivists

My unsolicited advice to noncognitivsts is forthcoming in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly (available online here). Here is the abstract: Metaethical noncognitivists have trouble arriving at a respectable semantic theory for moral language. The goal of this…

DEON 2016

Deontic Logic and Normative Systems 2016 is starting a week from today at the University of Bayreuth. It was great working on the program with Olivier Roy and Allard Tamminga, and we have a great…

UQAM

I will be talking about reasoning with epistemic modals at the Summer School in Cognitive Sciences 2016, courtesy of UQAM. This promises to be a lot of fun and the program looks fantastic, so stop…