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Dr Nathan Klinedinst
Lecturer in Pragmatics
Location:Room 115C, Chandler House,
Meaning and communication in natural language, as a part of the cognitive sciences.
- Klinedinst, N. W. (2012). THCSP. In Capone, A., Lo Piparo, F., Carapezza, M. (Eds.). Perspectives on Pragmatics and Philosophy ( ). Dordrecht: Springer.
- Klinedinst, N., Rothschild, D. (2012). Connectives without truth tables. Natural Language Semantics , 1-39
- Égré, P., Klinedinst, N. W. (Eds.) (2011). Vagueness and Language Use. Palgrave MacMillan.
- KLINEDINST, N., Rothschild, D. (2011). Exhaustivity in questions with non-factives. Semantics and Pragmatics 4 doi:10.3765/sp.4.2.
- Klinedinst, N. (2010). Quantified conditionals and conditional excluded middle. Journal of Semantics doi:10.1093/jos/ffq015.
- Klinedinst, N. (2009). (Simplification of)2 disjunctive antecedents. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics (60)
- Klinedinst, N. W. (2007). Plurals, possibilities, and conjunctive disjunction. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 19, 261-284
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