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Subject: [Fwd: Talk at Inst for Datalingvistik: N. Asher]
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 10:44:51 +0200
From: cstadm <cstadm at cst dot dk>
To: cstalle at cst dot dk




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Subject: Talk at Inst for Datalingvistik: N. Asher
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 10:17:38 +0200 (CEST)
From: Daniel Hardt <dh at id dot cbs dot dk>
To: vip dot spfak at cbs dot dk, cstalle at cst dot dk


There will be a talk by Nicholas Asher, of U. Texas Austin, at the
Institute for Datalingvistik on Thursday Oct 28, at 3pm.  The talk is
entitled "Negative Polar Interrogatives".  See the link below for
abstract, related reading, and other information:

http://www.id.cbs.dk/~dh/speakerseries/asher.html

Nicholas Asher is a philosopher and logician who is especially
well-known for his Segmented Discourse Representation Theory (SDRT).
A specialist in the philosophy of language, formal semantics, and
philosophical logic, his interests also range over issues in
metaphysics and the philosophy of mind. He is the author of "Reference
to Abstract Objects in Discourse: A Philosophical Semantics for
Natural Language Metaphysics and Epistemology" (1993) and "Logics of
Conversation" (2003, with Alex Lascarides) as well as dozens of
articles.

Contact me (dh at id dot cbs dot dk) if you are interested in meeting with
Dr. Asher while he is visiting the Institute.

Daniel Hardt                            Phone:        +45 38 15 31 26
Dept. of Computational Linguistics      Fax:          +45 38 15 38 20
Copenhagen Business School              email:           dh at id dot cbs dot dk
Denmark                                 web:        www.id.cbs.dk/~dh

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