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» A Semantics for Durative Adverbials Open in a new browser window
   Article by Cristopher Piñón.
» Approaching Natural Language Via Mediaeval Logic Open in a new browser window
   Article by Gyula Klima.
» Comparison of inflection and derivation Open in a new browser window
   Compares and contrasts the similarities and differences between inflection and derivation.
» Concepts in the Lexicon Open in a new browser window
   Report by John F. Sowa, discussing the role of the lexicon in conceptual knowledge.
» Gesellschaft fuer Semantik Open in a new browser window
   English homepage of the young academic organisation concered with the semantics of natural languages. Organises the Sinn und Bedeutung workshop and the SEMANTIK mailing list.
» Logical Form in Linguistics Open in a new browser window
   Entry in the MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences, by Robert May.
» Pichler24: buzzwords and other things Open in a new browser window
   This page is mainly dedicated to the so called buzzwords. It allows the reader to investigate, ask questions, and discuss their meaning.
» Research Group Communicative Understanding Open in a new browser window
   Explains pragmatic implication based on Grice's theory of implicit communication and presupposition.
» SEMANTIK mailing list Open in a new browser window
   Majordomo based mailing list for semantics organised by the Gesellschaft fuer Semantik.
» Semantics Archive Open in a new browser window
   Scholarly research paper exchange for language semanticists. Browseable by author or date; submission and update forms, users guide.
» The Formal Approach to Meaning Open in a new browser window
   Short survey of semantics of natural language by Barbara Abbott, at University of Michigan. Focuses upon Montague semantics, and tries to give a feel for the main open problems in the field.
» The Four Basic Ontologies of Semantic Interpretation Open in a new browser window
   Article by Roland Hausser comparing approaches to semantics between linguistics, philosophy and computer science, and classifying them into four kinds depending upon whether or not they are realist, and whether or not they make a sense/reference distincti

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