Workshop on Context in Philosophy - semantics/pragmatics/cognition

June 21, 2021 - June 22, 2021

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FINO Philosophy Consortium (Alumnus)
University of Genoa

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This is a Workshops on Context, the last of which was held in Paris 2017 during the Conference on Modeling and Using Contexts. The workshop is devoted to exchanging ideas on the role of context in Epistemology and Philosophy of Language from a theoretical and an experimental point of view. Among the topics, theories of meaning, indexicals and demonstratives, debate on contextualism and relativism, inferences and implicatures, lying and misleading, metaphor and Irony, indirect requests, relevance. 


Ives Bouchard (Université de Sherbrooke), 
Mark Bowker (University College, Dublin), 
Victor Carranza (Institut Jean Nicod),  
Inés Crespo (NYU Paris), 
Wai Lok Cheung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), 
Tadeusz Ciecierski (University of Warsaw), 
Aldair Díaz Gómez (Università di Siena), 
Filippo Domaneschi (Università di Genova), 
Dominik Dziedzic (University of Warsaw), 
Pawel Grabarczyk (IT University of Copenhagen), 
Róbert Járai (University of Pécs), 
Andreas Heise (Institut Jean Nicod), 
Palle Leth (Stockholms Universitet), 
Eugenia Kulakova (Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin), 
Eleonora Marocchini (Università di Genova), 
Eduardo Pérez Navarro (Universidad de Granada), 
Ernesto Perini Santos (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais),
Claudia Picazo Jaque (Universidad de Granada),
Salvatore Pistoia-Reda (Universitat Pompeu Fabra),
Stefan Rinner (University of Hamburg),
Zsuzsanna Schnell (University of Pécs),
Maciej Tarnowski (University of Warsaw),
Eszter Varga (University of Pécs)

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June 18, 2021, 5:00am CET

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