Models in Formal Semantics and Pragmatics

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Monday, August 18
5:00-5:30

Introduction

Magdalena and Stefan Kaufmann, University of Connecticut

5:30-6:30

What model theory does, and does not do

Michael Glanzberg, Northwestern University

Tuesday, August 19
5:00-5:30

Proof-theoretic semantics as a viable alternative to model-theoretic semantics for natural language

Nissim Francez, Technion-IIT

5:30-6:00

Assumptions about admissible models and the semantics

Igor Yanovich, University of Tübingen

6:00-6:30

Frames and attributes

Wiebke Petersen, University of Düsseldorf

Wednesday, August 20
5:00-5:30

A conceptual-epistemic perspective on model theory

Sven Lauer, University of Konstanz and Alex Djalali, Stanford University

5:30-6:30

Semantic values and model-theoretic 'semantics'

Thomas Ede Zimmermann, University of Frankfurt

Thursday, August 21
5:00-5:30

Conceptual spaces as a basis for semantic modelling

Peter Gärdenfors, Lund University

5:30-6:00

Logical consequence: From logical terms to semantic constraints

Gil Sagi, LMU München

6:00-6:30

Truth in a model as a model of truth

Ephraim Glick, University of St. Andrews

Friday, August 22
5:00-5:30

Embodied models

Uli Sauerland and John Tomlinson, ZAS Berlin

5:30-6:30

What kind of theory is a model-theoretic semantics of a natural language?

Stanley Peters, Stanford University

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