Semantics & Pragmatics Workshop: Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield
2 December 2006
Tapestry Room, Firth Court
University of Sheffield, UK
This international workshop brings together leading figures in semantics and pragmatics to explore both traditional and less traditional issues concerning semantics, pragmatics, and the relationship between the two.
NEW: Partial student bursaries now available, courtesy of the Analysis Trust. For more information, please contact Jennifer Saul.
- Kent Bach, “Perspectives on Possibilities: Contextualism, Relativism, or What?” | Abstract
- David Braun, “Implicating Questions” | Abstract
- Manuel Garcia-Carpintero, “Vacuous Singular Terms and Free Logic” | Abstract
- Larry Horn, “Implicature Hits the Big 4-0: Two (and a Half) Cheers for Grice” | Abstract
Sponsored by the University of Sheffield Department of Philosophy