At the GAP.8 conference (taking place this September in Konstanz), the German Association for Analytic Philosophy will award the prestiguous Wolfgang-Stegmüller-Preis, which will be awarded to three people.
Confirmed rumour has it that one of the winners of the Stegmüller-Preis is a member of our Nominalizations project:
- Stephan Krämer for his dissertation Second-order Quantification and Ontological Commitment
I am happy about these news, and I am very proud of Stephan.
PS: As you can read here, this is not my only reason for being happy and proud …
The Nominalizations project proudly presents the fifth instalment of the Semantics and Philosophy in Europe conference series.
This year’s conference is organized in collaboration with Øystein Linnebo’s ERC project Plurals, Predicates, and Paradox. It takes place in Turin and has a two thematic foci, on plurals and on nominalizations. For information on the conference, click here.
The phlox-group and the Hamburg-based members of the Nominalizations group are organizing another workshop, Knowledge in a World of Symbols, which will take place from November 11, 2011, to November 12, 2011, at the University of Hamburg. The workshop is a meeting with the Emmy-Noether group From the Armchair (Köln). For more information, visit knowledgeandsymbols.wordpress.com.
The Hamburg group are holding their first workshop, on the topic of Quantification and Ontological Commitment, in Hamburg on October 8. Speakers are Øystein Linnebo, Friederike Moltmann, Simon Hewitt, and Stephan Krämer. For more information, please visit nominal1qoc.wordpress.com.
This homepage accompanies a research project on philosophical and linguistic aspects of nominalizations. The principal investigators of the project, which is funded by the ANR and the DFG, are Friederike Moltmann (Paris) and Benjamin Schnieder (Hamburg).
This homepage is maintained by the German part of the project; for information on the French side, please consult their corresponding webpage (which is currently under construction).