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Montague Grammar - or perhaps better Montague Semantics - has been one of the most influential theories in the semantics of natural languages in the tradition of truth-conditional, model-theoretic and intensional semantics. In this seminar we will have a good look at some of the most important papers on this topic by its founder, Richard Montague, and at some extensions by other people. Towards the end we will also look at more recent works in the tradition of Montague's program.
Pre-Diploma Certificate or Mathematical Foundations I and Intro to Semantics
To obtain a course certificate ("Schein") you have to give a presentation or write a paper
(2 credit points) or both (4 credit points)
Wed 14-15, Building 17.2, Room 1.08, Tel. 302-4177
E-mail Werner Saurer