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MoL and PhD defenses

  • 24 February 2017, Master of Logic defense, Nina Dongen

    Title: Analysis and prediction of Dutch-English code-switching in social media messages
    Date & Time: Friday 24 February 2017, 11:00
    Location: Room F1.15, Science Park 107, Amsterdam
    Supervisor: Raquel Fernandez
  • 2 March 2017, Master of Logic defense, Rana Klein

    Title: The Logical Dynamics of Gossip: an analysis in Dynamic Epistemic Logic
    Date & Time: Thursday 2 March 2017, 15:00
    Location: Room F1.15, Science Park 107, Amsterdam
    Supervisor: Sonja Smets, Fernando Velazquez-Quesada
  • 21 March 2017, Master of Logic defense, Guido van der Knaap

    Title: The philosophical motivation for proof-theoretic harmony
    Date & Time: Tuesday 21 March 2017, 14:00
    Location: Room F1.15, Science Park 107, Amsterdam
    Supervisor: Luca Incurvati
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    23 March 2017, Exhaustivity and intonation: a unified theory, Matthijs Westera

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 March 2017, 10:00
    Location: Agnietenkapel, Oudezijds Voorburgwal 231, Amsterdam
    Promotor: Jeroen Groenendijk
    Copromotor: Floris Roelofsen

    Everyone is cordially invited to attend the public defence of the dissertation of Matthijs Westera, with reception afterwards.

    In his dissertation he develops a rationality-based account of two central linguistic/cognitive phenomena: exhaustivity (that we tend to assume that what isn't explicitly mentioned is false) and intonational meaning (that we use rises and falls in our speech to indicate compliance with certain standards for rational conversation).

    For more information, contact Matthijs Westera at .

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