LING 6333

LING 6333

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In this class we will discuss the properties of truth-conditional semantics, with a focus on those phenomena that have been used to question the adequacy of such systems. The course starts of by discussing the fundamental (formal) properties of truth-conditional semantics, and the notion of interpretation relative to a model. Then, we will explore different aspects of the grammar of natural languages that have been invoked against such semantic systems, such as vagueness and degree expressions, presuppositional content, indexicals and lexical semantics, a.o.

When Offered Fall.

Prerequisites/Corequisites Prerequisite: Logic or semantics course or permission of instructor.

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  • 18989LING 6333  LEC 001