dal 03 Dicembre 2021 al 25 Febbraio 2022. , Genova - Laboratory of Language and Cognition, via Balbi 2, time: 11-13
Categoria: Curriculum Episteme

The seminars will be held in Genoa, at the Laboratory of Language and Cognition, 11 – 13 with the possibility to follow also online (TEAMS Code:  0o6z5rm). For more information, please, contact

filippo.domaneschi@unige.it

massimiliano.vignolo@unige.it

 

December 3, 2021   Seminar 1 – Expressive meaning

  • Kaplan, D. (1999), “The meaning of ouch and oops: Explorations in the theory of meaning as use”, manuscript, University of California, Los Angeles.

December 17  2021 Seminar 2 – Conventional implicature view

  • Potts C. (2007), The expressive dimension, Theoretical linguistics, 33(2), 165-198.

January 14 2022 Seminar 3 – Presupposition view

  • Schlenker, Philippe. 2007. Expressive presuppositions. Theoretical Linguistics 33: 237-245.

January 28 2022 Seminar 4 – Pragmatic view

  • Hom C. (2021), A puzzle about pejoratives, Philosophical Studies, 159, 383-405.

February 11 2022  Seminar  5 – Classifications

  • Gutzmann, Daniel. 2013. Expressives and beyond. An introduction to varieties of use-conditional meaning. To appear in: Gutzmann, Daniel & Hans-Martin Gärtner (eds.): Beyond Expressives. Explorations in Use-Conditional Meaning.Current Research in the Semantics Pragmatics-Interface (CRiSPI) 28. Leiden: Brill. 1–58.

February 25  2022 Seminar 6 – Experimental data

  • Harris, C. Potts (2009), Perspective-shifting with appositives and expressives, Linguistics and Philosophy, 32, pp. 523-552.
  • Cepollaro B., Domaneschi F., Stojianovic I. (2020), “When is it ok to call someone a bastard”, Synthese, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-020-02633-z