Thursday, July 31, 2014

July resolution review


TitleSubmittedRevision requestedResubmittedAccepted
"Logic and Semantic Theory in the High Middle Ages"11 June 2013invited book chapter
"Paul of Venice on a Puzzle About Uncertainty"24 June 2013
"Sit Verum and Counterfactual Reasoning13 August 201310 March 20142 April 2014
"The Logic of Categorematic and Syncategorematic Infinity"14 January 201417 April 201416 May 2014
"Obligationes" (with Catarina Dutilh Novaes)27 March 201428 March 201408 April 201415 April 2014
"Reasoning About Obligations in Obligationes: A Formal Approach"08 April 20142 June 201419 May 2014
"Code-Switched Occupational and Descriptive Phrases in 15th-Century York: A Study of Medieval Bilingualism"10 April 201410 June 2014
"Review of Marko Malink, Aristotle's Modal Syllogistic"14 April 201411 June 2014
"Intuitionistic Provability and the Structuralist Account of Modal Operators"21 May 201403 June 2014
"Dialectical Self-Refutation and Năgărjuna's Discussion in Six Points (ṣaṭkoṭiko vădaḥ)" (with Birgit Kellner)26 June 2014
"Beyond Formality: The Role of the Dialectical Context in Medieval Logic"31 July 2014

For 3/4 of the month, I was sure this was going to be the month where I broke my resolution, as I spent the first half of the month suddenly putting all energy towards (succesfully!) landing a full-time, permanent position. I was totally going to count that as an acceptable alternative, but then found in the last week or so, after I'd negotiated and then accepted the offer, that I had no excuse not to continue working on my resolution paper for this month, which is a 2-years overdue paper for the proceedings from ESMLS'12. I'd given up hope of ever completing it, and had stopped replying to Laurent's emails, which I admitting guiltily to him when I saw him in Cambridge last month, and he said if I could get something together by the end of summer, it could still be considered for inclusion. How could I say no to that?

2014 Publications

TitlePublication info
"A Medieval Epistemic Puzzle"in Z. Christoff, P. Galeazzi, N. Giersimczuck, A. Marcoci, & S. Smets, LIRa Yearbook 2012, vol. 1 (Amsterdam: Institute for Logic, Language & Computation, 2014): 301-316.
"Medieval Destinations: Lumbini"Tournaments Illuminated 190 (2014): 33.

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