10 October 2016

Sémantique et Pragmatique

Anthonissen, L., De Wit, A & Mortelmans T. (2016), ‘Aspect meets modality: A semantic analysis of the German ‘am V sein‘ contruction‘. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 28(1): 1-30.

Antoniou, A., Veenstra A., Kissine, M., & Katsos, N. (2019), How does childhood bilingualism and bi-dialectalism affect the interpre- tation and processing of pragmatic meanings?Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, online first

Bochner, G. (under contract) Proper Names: A Critical Introduction to Linguistic Theories of Reference. Cambridge University Press.

Bochner, G. (forthcoming) “Singular Truth-Conditions without Singular Propositions.” Synthese.

Bochner, G. (forthcoming) “Assertion De Re.” In: Brezillon P., Turner R., Penco C. (Eds.) Modeling and Using Context (CONTEXT-17). Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer.

Bochner, G. (2017) “Référence (entrée grand public).” In M. Kristanek (dir.), L’Encyclopédie Philosophique. (http://encyclo-philo.fr/)

Bochner, G. (2016) “Essential Indexicality without Self-Location.” In P. Stalmaszczyk (ed.), Philosophical and Linguistic Analyses of Reference, Series: Studies in Philosophy of Language and Linguistics 2 (Peter Lang): 107-122.

Bochner, G. (2014). ‘The Anti-Individualist Revolution in the Philosophy of Language’, Linguistics and Philosophy 37 (2): 91-120.

Bochner, G. (2013). ‘The Metasyntactic Interpretation of Two-Dimensionalism’, Philosophical Studies 163 (3): 611-626.

De Brabanter, P. (2020). ‘The interpretation of indexicals in hybrid quotation: a pragmatic account’, Anglophonia 28. (https://journals.openedition.org/anglophonia/2646)

De Brabanter, P. (2019). ‘A demanding commitment to non-psychological explanations’, Theoretical Linguistics, 45(1-2), pp. 31-37.

De Brabanter, P. (2019). ‘What do we mean when we talk of object-language and metalanguage in the theory of natural languages?’, Logique et analyse 258, pp. 351-378.

De Brabanter, P. (2018). “The relations between object-language and metalanguage in formalised and natural languages”. In V. Arigne & C. Rocq-Migette (eds), Theorization and Representations in Linguistics, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 9-42

De Brabanter, P. (2017). ‘Why quotation is not a semantic phenomenon, and why it calls for a pragmatic theory’, in I. Depraetere & R. Salkie (eds.), Semantics and Pragmatics: Drawing a Line.  Amsterdam: Springer.

De Brabanter, P. (2013). ‘François Recanati’s radical pragmatic theory of quotation’, Teorema 32-2, pp. 109-128.

De Wit, A.(2016), The Present Perfective Paradox across Languages (Oxford studies of time in language and thought). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

De Wit, A., Patard, A. & Brisard, F. (2013), ‘A constrative analysis of the present progressive in French and English‘. Studies in Language 37(4): 846-879.

Deliens, G., Papastamou, F., Ruytenbeek, N., Geelhand, P., & Kissine, M. (2018) Selective Pragmatic Impairment in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Indirect Request Versus Irony’, Journal of Autism and Development Disorders, 48: 1-15.

Deliens, G., Antoniou, K., Clin, E., Ostashchenko, E., Kissine, M. (2018) Context, facial expression and prosody in irony processing, Journal of Memory and Language 99: 35-48.

Deliens, G., Antoniou K., Clin E. & Kissine M., (2017), Perspective-taking and frugal strategies: Evidence from sarcasm detection, Journal of Pragmatics, 119, 33-45.

Dominicy, M. (2012). “ Logique déontique, logique illocutoire et verbes modaux ”, in M. Van Peteghem, P. Lauwers, E. Tobback, A. Demol, & L. De Wilde (Eds.), Le verbe en verve: Réflexions sur la syntaxe et la sémantique verbales en hommage à Dominique Willems à l’occasion de son éméritat. Gand: Academia Press, pp. 451-466.

Geurts, B.,van Tiel, B. & Kissine, M. (forthcoming) Pragmatic Reasonsing in Autism. In K. Morsanyi & R. Byrne (eds.), Thinking Reasoning and Decision Making in Autism, New Yokr, Psychology Press.

Jary, M.  & Kissine, M. (2016) Imperatives as (non-)modals. In J. Blaszczak et al. (eds.) Mood, Aspect, Modality Revisited: New Answers to Old Questions, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 255-285.

Kissine, M. (2015). ‘Pragmatics as meta-cognitive control’, Frontiers in Psychology 6.2057.

Kissine, M. (2013). From Utterances to Speech Acts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kissine, M. (2013). ‘Speech act classifications’, in K. Turner and M. Sbisa (Eds), Pragmatic of Speech Actions. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 173–202.

Kissine, M. (2012). ‘Sentences, utterances, and speech acts’, in K. Allan et K. M. Jaszczolt (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Pragmatics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.169–190.

Kissine, M. (2011). ‘Misleading appearances : Searle, assertion, and meaning’Erkenntnis 74.1, pp. 115–129.

Ostashchenko, E., Deliens, G., Geelhand, Ph., Bertels, J. & Kissine, M. (2018), Referential processing in 3- and 5-year-old children is egocentrically anchoredJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, online first.

Pantazi, M., Kissine, M., Klein, O. (2018). The Power of the Truth Bias: False Information Affects Memory and Judgment Even in the Absence of Distraction. Social Cognition: Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 167-198.

Ruytenbeek, N., Verheyen, S., & Spector, B. (2017). Asymmetric inference towards the antonym: Experiments into the polarity and morphology of negated adjectives.Glossa: a journal of general linguistics2(1), 92. http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.151

Ruytenbeek, N., Ostashchenko E. & Kissine M. (2017) Indirect request processig, sentence type and illocutionary forces, Journal of Pragmatics, 119, 46-62.

Ruytenbeek, N. (2017). ‘The Comprehension of Indirect Requests: Previous Work and Future Directions’, in I. Depraetere & R. Salkie (eds.), Semantics and Pragmatics: Drawing a Line,   Amsterdam: Springer, pp.293-322.

Thuns, A. (2020). Semantic Deference and GroundednessCroatian Journal of Philosophy, 20(3), 415-434.

Thuns, A. (2020) What is the lexical meaning of polemical terms?, Inquiry, DOI: 10.1080/0020174X.2020.1801501

van Tiel, B. & Kissine, M. (2018) Quantity-based reasoning in the broader autism phenotype: a web-based studyApplied Psycholinguistics, 39(6), 1737-1403

van Tiel, B., Noveck, I. & Kissine, M. (2018) Reasoning with ‘some’. Journal of Semantics, 35(4), 757-797