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June 15, 2022

Graded Modalities

Posted by David Corfield

I’m hosting a workshop tomorrow (13:00-17:00 UK time (UTC+1), Thursday 16 June 2022) which explores what common ground there may be in the treatment of graded modalities by linguistics, computer science and philosophy. It’s a hybrid event (in-person and online) and all are welcome, details here.

You very much ought to come along.

A fine example of a graded modality.

Posted at June 15, 2022 12:49 PM UTC

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Re: Graded Modalities

Slides for a related talk in Prague last week are here.

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