Tyler and Yu'an at SALT in virtual Ithaca
August 12, 2020 Linguistics | Philosophy
Two posters and a talk from semantics at UMD
August 17-20, SALT XXX has a poster by Yu'an Yang and a poster by Tyler Knowlton with collaborators, as well as a talk by Paolo Santorio from Philosophy. This 30th SALT is hosted by Cornell University, which also hosted the first.
- Yu'an Yang, No commitments: A unified account of Mandarin discourse particle "ba"
- Tyler Knowlton, Paul Pietroski, Alexander Williams, Justin Halberda and Jeffrey Lidz, Determiners are 'conservative' because their meanings are not relations: Evidence from verification
- Paolo Santorio, Simplification is not scalar strengthening