Fields of interest:
Semantics, pragmatics, philosophy of language
Linguistic solutions to philosophical problems: The case of knowing how
Philosophical Perspectives 27, to appear.
Support for individual concepts
Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations 10 (2011), pp. 23-44.
Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010.
Conditionals in English and first order predicate logic.
Contrasting meaning in languages of the east and west. (ed.) D. Shu, K. Turner, Oxford: Peter Lang 2010, pp. 579-606.
The Routledge Linguistics Encyclopedia, (ed) K. Malmkjær, 3rd edition. London: Routledge 2010, pp. 418-426.
Presuppositions and common ground
Linguistics and Philosophy 31 (5/ 2008), pp. 523-538.
Definite and indefinite.
The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, (ed.) Keith Brown, 2nd ed., vol. 3. Oxford: Elsevier 2006, pp. 392-399.
Definiteness and indefiniteness.
Handbook of Pragmatics, (ed.) L. R. Horn, G. Ward., Oxford: Blackwell 2004, pp. 122-149.
Natural Language Semantics 10/ 2002, pp. 285-298.
Definiteness and proper names: Some bad news for the description theory
Journal of Semantics 19/ 2002, pp. 191-201.