Readership: Accessible to anyone with a basic knowledge of logic, Events and Semantic Architecture will interest a wide range of scholars in linguistics, philosophy, and cognitive science at graduate level and above.
Paul M. Pietroski, University of Maryland
"Pietroski's book offers a fascinating view of how natural language semantics may be organised...His thesis is a no doubt a bold one, but also highly interesting. We can only look forward with excitment to the forthcoming book." - Terje Lohndal, Oslo Studies in Language
"Conjunctivism is an attractive and interesting view — a solid understanding of it will surely be mandatory for anyone interested in the rigorous study of meaning in human languages. Pietroski addresses head on some of the really difficult issues." - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
1: Elementary Cases
2: Quantification and Plurality
3: Causal Verbs and Sentential Complements