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Publications
  1. In progress. Secondary experiential attitudes are not ‘parasitic attitudes’. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 27.
  2. In progress. Parasitic attitudes, factivity variation, and #’imagine whether'. Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 32.
  3. Submitted. Meaning-driven combinatorial restrictions and imagine whether. In R. Loukanova (ed.), LACompLing2021. SCI. Springer.
  4. Accepted. Remembering individuals and remembering scenes. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI. Springer.
  5. Accepted. Factivity variation in experiential remember-reports, with Markus Werning. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI. Springer. [pdf]
  6. To appear. Two kinds of English non-manner how-clauses. In C. Umbach and Ł. Jędrzejowski (Hrsg.), Non-Interrogative Subordinate Wh-Clauses. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. OUP, 32 p.
  7. 2022. The filmic representation of 'relived' experiences: Comment on Emar Maier's "Unreliability and point of view in filmic narration". Epistemology and Philosophy of Science 59(2): 56–65.
  8. 2022. Experiential attitudes are propositional. Erkenntnis (online first). [pdf]
  9. 2022. Modelling selectional super-flexibility. Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 31: 324–344. [pdf]
  10. 2021. Non-manner how-complements in English and in German. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 25: 563–580. [pdf]
  11. 2021. Experiential imagination and the inside/outside-distinction, with Markus Werning. In K. Okazaki et al. (eds.), New Frontiers in AI. LNCS. Springer, pp. 96–112 [pdf]
  12. 2021. A compositional pluralist semantics for extensional and attitude verbs. In Concepts, Frames and Cascades in Semantics, Cognition and Ontology. Springer, pp. 25–43 [pdf]
  13. 2020. Content individuals, truthmaking conditions, and the formal semantics of attitude reports. Theoretical Linguistics 46(3-4): 267–287. [pdf]
  14. 2020. Reasoning with an (experiential) attitude. In New Frontiers in AI. LNCS 12331. Springer, pp. 276–293. [pdf]
  15. 2020. A Propositionalist semantics for imagination and depiction reports. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 24(1): 515–532. [pdf]
  16. 2020. Saving Hamlet ellipsis. In Logic and Algorithms in Computational Linguistics 2018. SCI 860. Springer, pp. 17–43. [pdf]
  17. 2019. DPs and CPs in depiction reports. In Proc. of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium: 259–268. [pdf]
  18. 2019. A 'situated' solution to Prior's substitution problem. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 23(2): 55–72. [pdf]
  19. 2019. A case for property-type semantics. In Logic, Language, and Computation, WoLLIC 2019. LNCS 11541. Springer, pp. 467–485. [pdf]
  20. 2018. Relating intensional semantic theories: established methods and surprising results. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI 10838. Springer, pp. 171–187. [pdf]
  21. 2018. Evidence for single-type semantics -- an alternative to e/t-based dual-type semantics, with Markus Werning. Journal of Semantics 35(4): 639–685. [pdf]
  22. 2018. Intertheoretic reduction, confirmation, and Montague's syntax-semantics relation, with Stephan Hartmann. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 27(4): 313–341. [pdf]
  23. 2017. Rich situated attitudes, with Mark Bowker. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI 10247. Springer, pp. 45–61. [pdf]
  24. 2016. A computable solution to Partee's temperature puzzle, with Sam Sanders. In Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics 2016. LNCS 10054. Springer, pp. 175–190. [pdf]
  25. 2015. A single-type logic for natural language. Journal of Logic and Computation 25(4): 1111–1131. [pdf]
  26. 2015. Codability and robustness in formal natural language semantics. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI 9067. Springer, pp. 6–22. [pdf]
  27. 2014. A single-type semantics for the PTQ*-fragment. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 18: 253–270. [pdf]
  28. 2014. Solving Partee's temperature puzzle in an EFL-ontology. In Joint Proceedings of NLCS and NLSR'14, pp. 7–18. [pdf]
  29. 2013. A single-type ontology for natural language. In Proc. of GAP8. DuE-Publico, pp. 70–84. [pdf]