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Publications
  1. Commissioned. Typentheorie. Synopsis article in T. E. Zimmermann, D. Gutzmann, and K. Turgay (eds.), Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft: Semantik und Pragmatik. De Gruyter.
  2. Commissioned. Reduction and Unification in Natural Language Ontology. J. Ginzburg and D. Lassiter (eds.), Cambridge Elements in Semantics.
  3. Accepted. Remembering dreams: parasitic reference by minimal traces in memories of non-veridical experiences, with Markus Werning. In D. Gregory and K. Michaelian (eds.), Dreaming an Memory: Philosophical issues. Synthese Library.
  4. In press. Natural Language Ontology and Semantic Theory. J. Ginzburg and D. Lassiter (eds.), Cambridge Elements in Semantics. [pdf]
  5. 2024. Perspective and the self in experiential attitude reports. In D. Bekki et al. (eds.), LENLS 2023. LNCS. Springer, pp. 17–36. [pdf]
  6. 2024. Experiential attitudes are propositional. Erkenntnis 89: 293–317. [pdf]
  7. 2024. Intensionality and propositionalism. Annual Review of Linguistics 10: 4.1-4.21. [pdf]
  8. 2023. Remembering individuals and remembering scenes. In K. Yada et al. (eds.), New Frontiers in AI. LNCS. Springer, pp. 97–109. [pdf]
  9. 2023. Factivity variation in experiential remember-reports, with Markus Werning. In K. Yada et al. (eds.), New Frontiers in AI. LNCS. Springer, pp. 110–127. [pdf]
  10. 2023. Two kinds of English non-manner how-clauses. In C. Umbach and Ł. Jędrzejowski (eds.), Non-Interrogative Subordinate Wh-Clauses. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. OUP, 32 p.
  11. 2023. Experiential attitude reports. Philosophy Compass 18(6): e12913. [pdf]
  12. 2023. Meaning-driven selectional restrictions in remember versus imagine whether. In R. Loukanova et al. (Hrsg.), LACompLing2021. SCI. Springer, pp. 285–309 [pdf]
  13. 2022. The selectional variability of imagine whether. Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 32: 639–660. [pdf]
  14. 2022. Perspective and the propositional-attitude view of experiential imagination. Junkyard of the Mind: a scholarly blog devoted to the study of imagination.
  15. 2022. The filmic representation of 'relived' experiences. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science 59(2): 56–65.
  16. 2021. Modelling selectional super-flexibility. Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 31: 324–344. [pdf]
  17. 2021. Non-manner how-complements in English and in German. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 25: 563–580. [pdf]
  18. 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]
  19. 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]
  20. 2020. Content individuals, truthmaking conditions, and the formal semantics of attitude reports. Theoretical Linguistics 46(3-4): 267–287. [pdf]
  21. 2020. Reasoning with an (experiential) attitude. In New Frontiers in AI. LNCS 12331. Springer, pp. 276–293. [pdf]
  22. 2020. A Propositionalist semantics for imagination and depiction reports. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 24(1): 515–532. [pdf]
  23. 2020. Saving Hamlet ellipsis. In Logic and Algorithms in Computational Linguistics 2018. SCI 860. Springer, pp. 17–43. [pdf]
  24. 2019. DPs and CPs in depiction reports. In Proc. of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium: 259–268. [pdf]
  25. 2019. A 'situated' solution to Prior's substitution problem. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 23(2): 55–72. [pdf]
  26. 2019. A case for property-type semantics. In Logic, Language, and Computation, WoLLIC 2019. LNCS 11541. Springer, pp. 467–485. [pdf]
  27. 2018. Relating intensional semantic theories: established methods and surprising results. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI 10838. Springer, pp. 171–187. [pdf]
  28. 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]
  29. 2018. Intertheoretic reduction, confirmation, and Montague's syntax-semantics relation, with Stephan Hartmann. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 27(4): 313–341. [pdf]
  30. 2017. Rich situated attitudes, with Mark Bowker. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI 10247. Springer, pp. 45–61. [pdf]
  31. 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]
  32. 2015. A single-type logic for natural language. Journal of Logic and Computation 25(4): 1111–1131. [pdf]
  33. 2015. Codability and robustness in formal natural language semantics. In New Frontiers in AI. LNAI 9067. Springer, pp. 6–22. [pdf]
  34. 2014. A single-type semantics for the PTQ*-fragment. In Proc. of Sinn und Bedeutung 18: 253–270. [pdf]
  35. 2014. Solving Partee's temperature puzzle in an EFL-ontology. In Joint Proceedings of NLCS and NLSR'14, pp. 7–18. [pdf]
  36. 2014. A Single-Type Semantics for Natural Language. PhD thesis. Tilburg University.
  37. 2013. A single-type ontology for natural language. In Proc. of GAP8. DuE-Publico, pp. 70–84. [pdf]