My research focuses on the semantics of "perspectival" expressions - predicates of taste, aesthetic predicates, moral terms etc. I'm involved in the contemporary debate between contextualism and relativism about these expressions. I'm also interested in the semantics of knowledge ascriptions, epistemic modals and tense. Theories of speaker meaning and methodological issues such as the status of certain arguments (e.g., "the argument from binding", "the argument from disagreement" etc.) in current semantic debates are among my interests too. Recently, I became interested in the semantics of slurs and gender terms.
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Contextualist Answers to the Challenge from Disagreement, Phenomenology and Mind.
Perspectival Plurality, Relativism, and Multiple Indexing, Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21.
The Use of the Binding Argument in the Debate about Location, in S.-J. Conrad and K. Petrus (eds.), Meaning, Context and Methodology, Mouton de Gruyter.
Relativism about Predicates of Personal Taste and Perspectival Plurality, Linguistics and Philosophy (with Markus Kneer and Agustin Vicente).
See my complete list of publications here.
In November, Bianca, Teresa and I will have a symposium on "Non-Derogatory Uses of Slurs" at the OZSW in Utrecht.
In August I was at ECAP9, where I gave a talk entitled "Self-Identificatory Uses of Slurs and Their Semantics".
On 1st of August I started my Lise Meitner grant at the University of Vienna! Check out my project here. At the same time, I became a collaborator to the ERC project The Emergence of Relativism.
SPE9, University of Padua, 4-6.09.
SOPhiA 2017, Salzburg, 13-15.09.
TbiBILLC 2017, Lagodekhi, 18-22.09.
Relativisms Re-evaluated, landmark conference of the ERC project The Emergence of Relativism, University of Vienna, 21-23.09.
The Epistemic Dynamics of Disagreement, University of Cologne, 9-11.10.
Shifty Taste. A Unitary Relativist Approach to Shifting Phenomena, Relativisms Global Research Network workshop, Yonsei University, 3-4.06.2017.
See a list of past talks here.