Program

Here is a provisional schedule:

November 8th

9.30-10.30 François Recanati on speech acts

10.30-10.50 Coffee break

10.50-12.30 Manuel García-Carpintero’s comments and general discussion

12.30-14: Lunch

14-15: Manuel García-Carpintero on speech acts

15-15.20 Coffee break

15.20-17 François Recanati’s comments and general discussion

November 9th

9.30-12.30 Ph.D. students’ presentations:

Maryam Ebrahimi Dinani-the truth norm for assertion

Merel Semeijn – Bald-faced lies and parafictional beliefs

Quentin Fischer-illocutionary form IEM

Adrien Glauser-pragmatic enrichment

12.30-14: Lunch

14-15: François Recanati on fiction

15-15.20 Coffee break

15.20-17 Manuel García-Carpintero’s comments and general discussion

November 10th

9.30-12.30 Ph.D. students’ presentations:

Louis Rouille – What can fictional disagreements tell us about fictional truth

Enrico-Grosso-How indexed files help us in understanding fictions

Hannah Haejin Kim -Fictional Truth and Formal Literary Devices

Teresa-Flera-Fictional Monsters- why context-shifting operators are not the right way to think about the semantics of fiction

Victor Carranza-Fiction and Force-cancellation

12.30-14: Lunch

14-15: Manuel García-Carpintero on fiction

15-15.20 Coffee break

15.20-17 François Recanati’s comments and general discussion