ECOM director Dorit Bar-On’s “How to do things with nonwords: pragmatics, biosemantics, and origins of language in animal communication” – which features a discussion of work by distinguished ECOM member Ruth Millikan (as well as acknowledging discussions with other ECOM members) – is now forthcoming in the interdisciplinary journal Biology & Philosophy.
One of the most active members, Drew, will be an UCHI (University of Connecticut Humanities Institute) dissertation fellow next year. Congratulations Drew!
Ryo Tanaka published his paper at Southern Journal of Philosophy! The paper is titled “Hume on Nonhuman Animals, Causal Reasoning, and General Thoughts”. Congratulations Ryo!
Michael published his first paper at Filosofia Unisinos! The paper is titled “A Dilemma for Naturalistic Theories of Intentionality”. Congratulations Michael!
Ken has recently had a paper accepted for publication at Erkenntnis. The paper is titled “Truth and Falsity in Communication: Assertion, Denial, and Interpretation”.
Our member, Ben Winokur has successfully defended his dissertation titled “Knowing and Expressing Ourselves” at York University. Congratulations Ben!
Our member Susanna Melkonian-Altshuler gave a talk titled “Directionality for Minimalism: A Piecemeal Approach” at TRUTH20|20 conference on 27 July 2020.
Drew has recently had a paper accepted for publication at Episteme. The paper is titled “Deep Disagreement, Hinge Commitment, and Intellectual Humility”.