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I'm a philosopher. I work on philosophy of language, usually on questions that are closely connected to philosophy of language and metaphysics.

I'm most interested now in thinking about what we know when we know a language, and how we come to know it.


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open access publishing in philosophy 

Another open access journal:

Journal of Spinoza Studies
jss.rug.nl/index

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open access publishing in philosophy 

I believe that dialectica will move to open access:
dialectica.philosophie.ch/

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open access publishing in philosophy 

* Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy jhaponline.org/
* Ergo ergophiljournal.org/
* Metaphysics metaphysicsjournal.com/
* Semantics and Pragmatics semprag.org/index.php/sp

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open access publishing in philosophy 

A list of open access philosophy journals. It's based on the contributors for that workshop and some I knew about. Additional suggestions welcome. :BoostOkay:

* αnalytica analytica.phs.uoa.gr/
* EJPE ejpe.org/journal
* Lato Sensu ojs.uclouvain.be/index.php/lat
* Locke Studies ojs.lib.uwo.ca/index.php/locke
* Philosophers' Imprint philosophersimprint.org/
* RECERCA e-revistes.uji.es/index.php/re
* THEORIA ojs.ehu.eus/index.php/THEORIA/

New article by me 

Bit of a labour of love by my co-author and I, a duoethnography on teaching second language listening. :boost_requested: :cc_nc_us: :CreativeCommons: :OpenAccess:

languagescholar.leeds.ac.uk/re

This is the schedule for the workshop I'm organizing next week! Boosts much appreciated. If you want to join us, in person or online, let me know. If you have questions, ask away 👇

philosophy of language 

I wrote something for 1000-Word Philosophy on Grice's theory of conversational implicature.

Their articles are intended as introductions for beginning students. I hope that I managed to say something useful and not misleading.

1000wordphilosophy.com/2022/07

publication 

My paper 'Russellians should have a no proposition view of empty names' is online.

It's a companion to my earlier 'Russellians can have a no proposition view of empty names'.

doi.org/10.1080/0020174X.2022.

doi.org/10.1080/0020174X.2017.

philosophy of language 

As Carston notes in her review of Borg's book, Borg spends a lot more energy responding to criticisms of that view than motivating it.

doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0017.20

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philosophy of language 

What I am interested in is that Borg and Carston have roughly the same picture. Both say that when speakers encounter sentences a dedicated language module in the mind represents some syntactic and semantic properties.

The key difference is that Borg insists that the semantic representation is a complete 'proposition' that is either true or false.

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I'm a philosopher. I work on philosophy of language, usually on questions that are closely connected to philosophy of language and metaphysics.

I'm most interested now in thinking about what we know when we know a language, and how we come to know it.


open access publishing in philosophy 

Another open access journal:

Journal of Spinoza Studies
jss.rug.nl/index

Show thread

open access publishing in philosophy 

I believe that dialectica will move to open access:
dialectica.philosophie.ch/

Show thread

open access publishing in philosophy 

* Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy jhaponline.org/
* Ergo ergophiljournal.org/
* Metaphysics metaphysicsjournal.com/
* Semantics and Pragmatics semprag.org/index.php/sp

Show thread

open access publishing in philosophy 

A list of open access philosophy journals. It's based on the contributors for that workshop and some I knew about. Additional suggestions welcome. :BoostOkay:

* αnalytica analytica.phs.uoa.gr/
* EJPE ejpe.org/journal
* Lato Sensu ojs.uclouvain.be/index.php/lat
* Locke Studies ojs.lib.uwo.ca/index.php/locke
* Philosophers' Imprint philosophersimprint.org/
* RECERCA e-revistes.uji.es/index.php/re
* THEORIA ojs.ehu.eus/index.php/THEORIA/

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