Month: May 2018

Meeting of interest on May 2: Kratzer 2015

On Wednesday, May 2, at 2pm in Oak Hall 338, there will be a discussion of Kratzer’s recent paper “Chasing Hook: Quantified Indicative Conditionals.” This is a meeting of Ling 5402 (Semantics II); since the topic ties in with things we recently covered in the Meaning Group, the class graciously opened up its discussion to us.

(The paper is a pre-published version of 2015; it is to appear in the ever-forthcoming book “Conditionals, Probability and Paradox: Themes from the Philosophy of Dorothy Edgington” edited Walters and Hawthorne.)