Publications (2011-2021)

 

Authored Books

In English

  1. Corazza, Eros. 2021. The Pragmatics and Cognition of Naming. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  2. Garmendia, Joana. 2018. Irony. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316136218.
  3. Maibom, Heidi. 2020. Empathy. New Problems in Philosophy Series. London: Routledge.
  4. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2011. Critical Pragmatics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CBO9780511994869.

In Basque

  1. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2015. "Omen" Partikularen Azterketa Semantikoa eta Pragmatikoa. Bilbo: UEU.
  2. Garmendia, Joana. 2012. Ironiaren Azterketa Pragmatiko Kritikoa: Zer eta Nola Komunikatzen du Hiztun Ironikoak. Bilbo: UEU (Tesiker Saila).

 

Edition of books and special issues of journals 

 

In English

  1. Carston, Robyn, and Kepa Korta, eds. 2017. Key Topics in Philosophy of Language and Mind. Special issue of Review of Philosophy and Psychology 8 (4).
  2. de Ponte, María, and Kepa Korta, eds. 2017. Reference and Representation in Thought and Language. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198714217.001.0001.
  3. Maibom, Heidi, ed. 2017. Handbook of Philosophy of Empathy. London: Routledge.
  4. Maibom, Heidi, ed. 2014. Empathy and Morality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  5. Bluhm, Robyn, Maibom, Heidi and Jacobson, Anne J., eds. 2012. Neurofeminism: Issues at the Intersection of Feminist Theory and Cognitive Science. Springer.
  6. de Ponte, María, and Kepa Korta, eds. 2011. ILCLI International Workshop in Semantics, Pragmatics and Rhetoric, SPR-11. Proceedings. Bilbao: UPV/EHU.

In Basque

  1. Garmendia, Ekain, ed. 2021. Kripkeren Naming and Necessityk 40 (+1) urte. Special issue of the journal Gogoa (21).
  2. Korta, Kepa, and Larraitz Zubeldia, eds. 2018. Jesus Mari Larrazabali, 70.ean Esker Onez. Special issue of the journal Gogoa (18).
  3. Korta, Kepa, and Jesus Mari Larrazabal, eds. 2011. Gogoz, Hitzez eta Egitez. Pello Huiziri Eskainitako Lanak. Bilbao: UPV-EHU. https://www.ehu.eus/ojs/index.php/Gogoa/issue/view/1716/showToc

In Spanish

  1. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan, and Javier Aguirre, eds. 2021. (In press). Humor y filosofía en los diálogos de Platón. Barcelona: Anthropos-UAM Iztapalapa.

 

Journal articles

 

In English

  1. Corazza, Eros and Christopher Genovesi. 2021. "On Anaphors Linked to Names Used Metaphorically." Organon F  28 (1): 253–268. doi:10.31577/orgf.2021.28111.
  2. de Ponte, María, Kepa Korta and John Perry. 2021. “Four Puzzling Paragraphs. Frege on ‘≡’ and ‘=’.” Semiotica 240:75-95.
  3. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2021. "A complementary observation to determine Phaedrus’ age in Plato’s Phaedrus." Ágora: Estudos Clássicos em Debate, 23: 45-62. https://doi.org/10.34624/agora.v0i23.24409.
  4. Corazza, Eros. 2020. “An Alleged Millian Tension.” Journal of Pragmatics 169: 26-9.
  5. de Ponte, María, Kepa Korta and John Perry. 2020. "Truth without reference. The use of fictional names." Topoi 39: 389-399. doi:10.1007/s11245-018-9544-6.
  6. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2019. “Our response to Devitt.” Journal of Pragmatics 139: 183–184. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2018.11.010.
  7. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2019. “Our alleged methodological flaw.” Journal of Pragmatics 139: 175–179. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2018.11.008.
  8. Maibom, Heidi. 2019. "Empathy and emotion regulation". Philosophical Topics 47 (2): 149-163.
  9. Aguirre, Javier, and Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2018. "The Philosopher Against the Rhapsodist. Socrates and Ion as characters in Plato’s “Ion”." Filozofia 73(2): 108-118.
  10. Corazza, Eros. 2018. “Identity, doxastic co-indexation, and Frege’s puzzle.” Intercultural Pragmatics 15 (2): 271–290. doi:10.1515/ip-2018-0007.
  11. Corazza, Eros. 2018. “Names, identity, and predication.” Philosophical Studies 175 (10): 2631–2647. doi:10.1007/s11098-017-0975-5.
  12. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2018. "The Prayer to Pan of Plato’s Phaedrus (279b8c3): an exhortation to exercise the philosophic virtue." Symbolae Osloenses 92(1): 65-106.  https://doi.org/10.1080/00397679.2019.1584443.
  13. Maibom, Heidi. 2018. "What can philosophers learn from psychopathy?" European Journal of Analytic Philosophy 14: 63-78.
  14. de Ponte, María. 2017. “Promises, the present and ‘now.’ Lessons from Austin, Prior and Kamp.” Journal of Pragmatics 112: 33–43. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2017.02.004.
  15. Korta, Kepa, and Robyn Carston. 2017. “Editorial: ‘Key topics in philosophy of language and mind.’” Review of Philosophy and Psychology  8 (4): 717–720. doi:10.1007/s13164-017-0365-0.
  16. de Ponte, María. 2016. “The ontological implications of neo-Fregeanism.” Daimon 69: 159–174.
  17. Korta, Kepa. 2016. “The meaning of us.” Disputatio. http://hdl.handle.net/10366/131969.
  18. Corazza, Eros, and Kepa Korta. 2015. “Frege on subject matter and identity statements.” Analysis 75 (4): 562-565. doi:10.1093/analys/anv073.
  19. Garmendia, Joana. 2015. “A (neo)Gricean account of irony: an answer to Relevance Theory.” International Review of Pragmatics 7 (1): 40–79. doi:10.1163/18773109-00701003.
  20. Korta, Kepa. 2015. “A simple theory of proper names.” Revista de Filosofía de La Universidad de Costa Rica 53 (136). https://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filosofia/article/view/21328.
  21. Korta, Kepa, and Larraitz Zubeldia. 2015. “The evidential and doxastic dimensions of the Basque particle bide.” Belgian Journal of Linguistics 29: 41–60. doi:10.1075/bjl.29.02kor.
  22. Corazza, Eros. 2014. “Contexts, non-specificity, and minimalism.” Manuscrito 37 (1): 5–50. doi:10.1590/S0100-60452014000100001.
  23. de Ponte, María, and Kepa Korta. 2014. “Tenses, dates and times.” Research in Language 12 (4): 301–317. doi:10.1515/rela-2015-0002.
  24. Garmendia, Ekain. 2014. “Externalism, rational explanations, identity premises.” Teorema 33 (31): 31–48.
  25. Garmendia, Joana. 2014. "The Clash: humor and critical attitude in verbal irony.” Humor 27 (4): 641-659. doi:10.1515/humor-2014-0094.
  26. Korta, Kepa, and Larraitz Zubeldia. 2014. "The contribution of evidentials to utterance content: evidence from the Basque reportative particle omen.” Language 90 (2): 389–423. doi:10.1353/lan.2014.0024.
  27. Maibom, Heidi. 2014. "To Treat a Psychopath." Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics: Special issue on Psychopathy, Neurotechnologies, and Neuroethics (ed. Fabrice Jotterand), 35, 31-42.
  28. Corazza, Eros. 2013. “Fictional names, negative existentials, and fictional situations.” Conceptos 3 (5): 67–97.
  29. Corazza, Eros. 2013. “On the present and (dark) future of academia and humanities.” Higher Education of Social Sciences 5 (1): 16–20.
  30. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2013. “Highlights of critical pragmatics: reference and the contents of the utterance.” Intercultural Pragmatics 10 (1): 161–182. doi:10.1515/ip-2013-0006.
  31. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2013. “(Non-)Determining the original speaker: reportative particles versus reportative verbs.” Research in Language 11 (2): 103–130. doi:10.2478/v10015-012-0014-8.
  32. Corazza, Eros. 2012. “Same-saying, pluri-propositionalism, and implicatures.” Mind & Language 27 (5): 546–569.
  33. Corazza, Eros, and Jerome Dokic. 2012. “Situated minimalism versus free enrichment.” Synthese 184 (2): 179–198.
  34. de Ponte, María, and Margarita Vázquez. 2012. “Tense and temporal reference. Hybrid temporal logic.” Logique & Analyse 220: 555–578.
  35. de Ponte, María. 2012. "Faults and mathematical disagreements.” Notae Philosophicae Scientiae Formalis 1: 45–54.
  36. Maibom, Heidi. 2012. "The Many Faces of Empathy and Their Relation to Prosocial Action and Aggression Inhibition." Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science (WIRE), 3, 253-63. 
  37. Corazza, Eros. 2011. “Unenriched subsentential illocutions.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 83 (3): 560–582.
  38. Corazza, Eros. 2011. “Empty names, fictional characters, and existence.” Organon F, 121–140.
  39. Garmendia, Joana. 2011. “She’s (not) a fine friend: ‘saying’ and criticism in irony.” Intercultural Pragmatics 8 (1): 41–65.

In Basque

  1. de Ponte, María. 2021. "Kripke, Perry eta 'ni'". Gogoa 21: 93-119. doi:10.1387/gogoa.22600.
  2. Garmendia, Ekain. 2021. "Egiak, munduak eta minak". Gogoa  21: 3-31. doi:10.1387/gogoa.22606.
  3. Zubia, Irati. 2020. "Egia-ostea ziurgabetasun garaian“. Jakin 239: 75-95.
  4. Korta, Kepa, and Maddi Mendibil. 2019. “Griceren adibide galdua. Esanahi naturalari buruzko probaren gabeziak”. Gogoa 19: 35–53. doi: 10.1387/gogoa.21095.
  5. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan.2019. "Aristotelesen Nikomakorentzako Etikaren VII. liburuaren garrantziaz." Gogoa 20: 13-37. https://doi.org/10.1387/gogoa.21277.
  6. Garmendia, Joana. 2018. “Ironiaren teoria minimala.” Gogoa 18: 83–99.
  7. Korta, Kepa. 2018. “Politika, logika eta maitasuna.” Gogoa 18: 1–15. doi:10.1387/gogoa.20356.
  8. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2018. "Mugimendu sofistikoaren eta erretorikaren gaien bidez Batxilergoan Filosofia irakasteko hainbat gako." Tantak 30(2): 9-39. https://doi.org/10.1387/tantak.18093.
  9. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2017. "Demokrazia eta Platonen proposamen politikoaren oinarri teorikoak." Uztaro 102: 33-46.
  10. Korta, Kepa. 2016. “Denbora kontuak. Geroari buruzko esaldiak eta iraganari buruzko ohar bat.” Gogoa 14: 5–25. doi:10.1387/gogoa.15624.
  11. Korta, Kepa, and Larraitz Zubeldia. 2016. "Bide partikula: eduki doxastikoa eta ebidentziala.” Gogoa 15: 11-29. doi:10.1387/gogoa.17255.
  12. Garmendia, Joana. 2014. “Ote: hiztunaren ziurtasunik eza.” Gogoa 12–13: 7–26.
  13. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2011. “‘Omen’ partikula: ziurtasunak eta ziurtasunik ezak.” Gogoa 11 (1): 1–32.

In Spanish

  1. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan, and Javier Aguirre Santos. 2021. (In press). "La broma de Sócrates inspirado: Fedro 238d y Crátilo 396d." Plato Journal 22.
  2. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2021. (In press). "La dicotomía interior/exterior en el Fedro de Platón." Pensamiento 77: 293.
  3. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2021. "El héroe como problema político: conflicto entre la identidad y la alteridad en el teatro de Dioniso." Hypnos 46: 1-20. https://hypnos.org.br/index.php/hypnos/article/view/600.
  4. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2020. "Sócrates, el diálogo humanizador." Muy Historia. Edición coleccionista, nº 5: Filosofía: orígenes del pensamiento clásico: 116-125.
  5. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2017. "La estructura del alma en el Fedro." Convivium: Revista de Filosofía 29-30: 3-26. http://www.raco.cat/index.php/Convivium/article/view/334375.
  6. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2017. "Reflexiones en torno al juego de velos del Fedro y una posible alusión al Hipólito velado." Cuadernos de Filología Clásica. Estudios Griegos e Indoeuropeos 27 (2017): 83-116. http://dx.doi.org/10.5209/CFCG.55706

 

Book chapters

 

In English

  1. Corazza, Eros. 2021. “Frege’s Legacy in the Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Mind”. In The Cambridge Handbook of the Philosophy of Language, edited by P. Stalmaszczyk, 124-38. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.
  2. de Ponte, María, Kepa Korta, and John Perry. 2020. “Utterance and Context.” In The Architecture of Context and Context-Sensitivity, edited by Tadeusz Ciecierski & Pawel Grabarczyk, 15–29. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
  3. Maibom, Heidi.2020. "Liberty and Security in the Nuclear Age", In  Doom With a View, edited by K. Iversen & E.W. Perry. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishers, 274-90. 
  4. Maibom, Heidi. 2019. "What can we learn from taking another’s perspective?" In Empathy: Between Einfühlung and Attunement, edited by D. Matravers & A. Waldoff, 74-90. London: Routledge.
  5. Maibom, Heidi. 2019. "Empathy". In Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by T. Polger. London: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780415249126-L154-1.
  6. Corazza, Eros. 2018. “Contexts, biases, and reflexivity.” In Language, Evolution and Mind: Essays in Honour of Anne Reboul, edited by P. Saint-Germeir, 87–107. London: College Publication.
  7. Corazza, Eros. 2018. “On the essentiality of thoughts (and reference).” In Expressing the Self: Cultural Diversity and Cognitive Universals, 1:254–265. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198786658.003.0012.
  8. Corazza, Eros. 2018. “The notion of quasi-indexicality.” In Deixis and Anaphora, edited by L. DeSaussure, 205–224. London: ISTE.
  9. Corazza, Eros, and Christopher Genovesi. 2018. “On the metaphoric uses of (fictional) proper names.” In Objects of Inquiry in Philosophy of Language and Linguistics, edited by Piotr Stalmaszczyk, 41–58. Bern: Peter Lang.
  10. Maibom, Heidi. 2018. “Self-Simulation and Empathy.” In Forms of Fellow Feeling: Empathy, Sympathy, Concern and Moral Agency, edited by T. Schramme & N. Roughley. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 109-32.
  11. Corazza, Eros. 2017. “Proper names: gender, context, sensitivity, and conversational implicature.” In Reference and Representation in Thought and Language, edited by M. de Ponte and K. Korta, 20–45. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198714217.003.0003.
  12. de Ponte, María, and Kepa Korta. 2017. “Introduction.” In Reference and Representation in Thought and Language, edited by M. de Ponte and K. Korta, 1–13. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198714217.003.0001.
  13. de Ponte, María, and Kepa Korta. 2017. “New thoughts about old facts.” In Reference and Representation in Thought and Language, edited by M. de Ponte and K. Korta, 163–178. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198714217.003.0010.
  14. Korta, Kepa. 2017. “Talk about the future.” In Pragmatics at Its Interfaces, edited by Stavros Assimakopoulos. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. doi:10.1515/9781501505089-004.
  15. Korta, Kepa. 2017. “The meanings and contents of aesthetic statements.” In Doing Pragmatics Interculturally, edited by Rachel Giora and Michael Haugh, 399–417. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. doi:10.1515/9783110546095-022.
  16. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2017. “Full but not saturated: the myth of mandatory primary pragmatic processes.” In Meaning, Context and Methodology, edited by Sarah-Jane Conrad and Klaus Petrus, 31–49. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. doi:10.1515/9781501504327-003.
  17. Maibom, Heidi. 2017. "Shame and necessity redux". In Here I Stand. Dimensions of Practical Necessity, edited by K. Bauer, S. Varga, and C. Mieth, 195-211. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  18. Corazza, Eros. 2016. “She and herself.” In The Pragmatics of Indirect Reports. Perspectives in Pragmatics, Philosophy & Psychology 5, edited by A. Capone, F. Kiefer, and F. Lo Piparo, 507–519. New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-21395-8_23.
  19. Corazza, Eros, Dylan Hurry, and Ryan Rafferty. 2016. “On naming: Frege deconstructed vs. Perry reconstructed.” In Studies in the Philosophy of Language and Linguistics Vol. 1. Philosophical Approaches to Proper Names, edited by P. Stalmaszczyk and L. Fernández Moreno, 107–132. Bern: Peter Lang. doi:10.3726/978-3-653-05430-9.
  20. Maibom, Heidi. 2016."Knowing Me, Knowing You: Failure to Forecast and the Empathic Imagination". In Knowledge Through Imagination,  edited by A. Kind & P. Kung. New York: Oxford University Press, 185-206.
  21. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2016. "Indirect evidence or uncertain belief: the semantics and pragmatics of the Basque particle 'bide.'" In 7th International Conference Intercultural Pragmatics and Communication. INPRA 2016, edited by Jagoda Granic & Istvan Kecskes, 187. Split: University of Split.
  22. de Ponte, María, and Kepa Korta. 2014. “On times and contents.” In Cognitive and Pragmatic Perspectives on Speech Actions, edited by I. Witczak-Plisiecka, 13–34. Berlin: Peter Lang.
  23. Garmendia, Joana. 2014. “A pragmatic analysis of the Basque particle ‘ote.’” In Cognitive and Pragmatic Aspects of Speech Actions, edited by I. Witczak-Plisiecka, 97–116. Berlin: Peter Lang.
  24. Maibom, Heidi, R. Bluhm., S. Schmitz & G. Höppner. 2014. "A Situationist Account of Sex/Gender Differences: Implications for Neuroimaging Research." In Gendered Neurocultures: Feminist and Queer Perspectives on Current Brain Discourses, edited by R. Bluhm. S. Schmitz & G. Höppner. Vienna: Zaglossus, 127-43.
  25. Maibom, Heidi. 2014. "Knowing What We Are Doing." In The Science of Ethics: Moral Psychology and Human Agency, edited by D. Jacobson & J. D’Arms. New York: Oxford University Press, 108-22. 
  26. Maibom, Heidi. 2014. "Without Fellow Feeling." In Being Immoral: Psychopaths and Moral Indifference. edited by T. Schramme. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 91-114.
  27. Maibom, Heidi. 2014. "(Almost) Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Empathy." In Empathy and Morality, edited by H. Maibom. New York: Oxford University Press, 1-40. 
  28. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2014. “Particles versus verbs as reporting devices: their truth-conditional contributions.” In Cognitive and Pragmatic Aspects of Speech Actions, edited by Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka,117–146. Berlin: Peter Lang.
  29. Corazza, Eros. 2013. “Empathy as a psychological guide to the de se/de re distinction.” In Attitudes De Se: Linguistics, Epistemology, Metaphysic, 211–234. Palo Alto: CSLI Publications.
  30. Corazza, Eros. 2013. “Some notes on points of view.” In When Pragmatics Meets Philosophy, edited by A. Capone, F. Lo Piparo, and M. Carapezza, 243–261. New York: Springer Publications.
  31. Corazza, Eros, and Jerome Dokic. 2013. “On situationalism: situations with an attitude.” In What Is Said and What Is Not: The Semantics/Pragmatics Interface, edited by C. Penco and F. Domenaschi, 265–284. Palo Alto: CSLI Publications.
  32. Garmendia, Joana. 2013. “Ironically saying and implicating.” In What Is Said and What Is Not. The Semantics/Pragmatics Interface, edited by Carlo Penco and Filippo Domaneschi, 225–241. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  33. Garmendia, Joana. 2013. “Irony: making as if we pretend to echo.” In Research Trends in Intercultural Pragmatics, edited by Istvan Kecskes and Jesus Romero-Trillo, 85–104. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  34. Korta, Kepa. 2013. “Grice’s requirements on what is said.” In What Is Said and What Is Not, edited by C. Penco and F. Domaneschi, 209–224. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  35. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2013. “Squaring the circle.” In Perspectives in Pragmatics and Philosophy, edited by A. Capone, F. Lo Piparo, and M. Carapezza, 291–302. Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-01011-3_13.
  36. Maibom, Heidi. 2013. "Values, Sanity, and Responsibility." In Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility, edited by D. Shoemaker.  New York: Oxford University Press, 263-83.
  37. de Ponte, María. 2012. “Faults, axioms and disagreements.” In Disaccordo, edited by C. Amoreti and M. Vignolo, 87–100. Milano-Udine: Mimesis Edizioni.
  38. Garmendia, Ekain. 2012. “Boghossian’s argument from inference and identity belief ascriptions.” In Proceedings of the VII Conference of the Spanish Society for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, edited by Concepción Martínez Vidal, José Luis Falguera, José Miguel Sagüillo Fernández Vega, Víctor M. Verdejo, and Martín Pereira-Fariña, 198–205. Compostela: USC.
  39. Garmendia, Joana. 2012. “A critical pragmatic approach to irony.” In II Congreso Latinoamericano de Filosofía Analítica, edited by E. Orlando and D. Pérez, 110–114. Buenos Aires: Sadaf.
  40. Korta, Kepa. 2012. “Holmes, Perry and reference.” In Identity. Language, & Mind. An Introduction to the Philosophy of John Perry, edited by A. Newen and R. van Riel, 33–52. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  41. Maibom, Heidi, Robyn Bluhm and Anne Jaap Jacobsen. 2012. "Introduction." In Neurofeminism, edited by R. Bluhm, A. Jacobson, and H. Maibom. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, 1-10.
  42. Maibom, Heidi. 2012. "In a Different Voice?" In Neurofeminism, edited by R. Bluhm, A. Jacobson, and H. Maibom. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 56-72.
  43. Corazza, Eros. 2011. “Indexicals and demonstratives.” In Philosophical Perspectives for Pragmatics. Handbook of Pragmatics, edited by M. Sbisà, J.-O. Östman, and J. Verschueren, 131–152. London: Benjamin.
  44. Garmendia, Joana. 2011. “A pragmatic analysis of the Basque particle ‘ote.’” In ILCLI International Workshop on Semantics, edited by Kepa Korta and María de Ponte, 111–115. Leioa: UPV-EHU.
  45. Korta, Kepa, and John Perry. 2011. “Pragmatics.” In The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Edward N. Zalta (Spring 2020 Edition), URL = <https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2020/entries/pragmatics/>. 
  46. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2011. “The Basque reportative particle 'omen:' contributing to the propositional contents of the utterance.” In ILCLI International Workshop on Semantics, Pragmatics and Rhetoric, edited by Kepa Korta and María de Ponte, 247–250. Leioa: UPV/EHU.

In Basque

  1. Garmendia, Joana. 2011. “Oihartzuna eta antzezpena ironian.” In Gogoz, Hitzez eta Egitez. Pello Huiziri Eskainitako Lanak, edited by Kepa Korta and Jesus Mari Larrazabal, 171–191. Bilbo: UPV-EHU.
  2. Korta, Kepa. 2011. “Gu ta gutarrak.” In Gogoz, Hitzez eta Egitez. Pello Huiziri Eskainitako Lanak, edited by Kepa Korta and Jesus Mari Larrazabal, 319–340. Bilbo: UPV-EHU.

In Spanish

  1. Aguirre Santos, Javier, and Jonathan Lavilla de Lera. 2021. (In press). "Un chascarrillo en el Laques." In Humor y filosofía en los diálogos de Platón, edited by Lavilla de Lera, J. & Aguirre Santos, J., 77-86. Barcelona-México D.F: Anthropos-UAM Iztapalapa.
  2. Lavilla de Lera, Jonathan. 2021. (In press). "Ironía platónica en el Fedro de Platón." In Humor y filosofía en los diálogos de Platón, edited by Lavilla de Lera, J. & Aguirre Santos, J., 293-302. Barcelona-México D.F.: Antrhopos-UAM Iztapalapa
  3. Korta, Kepa. 2020. “La Pragmática“. In Pragmática, edited by M. Victoria Escandell-Vidal, J. Amenós Pons  &  Aoife Kathleen Ahern, 5–38. Madrid: Akal.
  4. Korta, Kepa. 2015. “Mañana lloverá (o no). Aserciones, predicciones y verdad.” In Significados en Contexto y Verdad Relativa. Ensayos Sobre Semántica y Pragmática, edited by E. Orlando, 243–264. Buenos Aires: Títulos.
  5. de Ponte, María. 2013. “Michael Dummett. Realismo, significado y verdad.” In Perspectivas de la Filosofía del Lenguaje, edited by David Pérez Chico and Juan Vicente Mayoral, 355–392. Zaragoza: Univ. de Zaragoza ed. (Selección de textos en Humanidades)
  6. de Ponte, María. 2012. “Faltas, desacuerdos y gusto.” In Puntos de Vista, edited by M. Liz, 191–207. Barcelona: Laertes.

 

Reviews 

 

In English

  1. de Ponte, María. 2020. “New Work on Speech Acts. Daniel Fogal, Daniel W. Harris and Matt Moss (eds.).“ Journal of Pragmatics 155: 343-345. doi: 10.1016/j.pragma.2019.08.006.
  2. Corazza, Eros. 2018. “K. Jaszczolt. 2016. Meaning in linguistic interaction: semantics, metasemantics, philosophy of language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.” Journal of Pragmatics 124: 121–124.
  3. de Ponte, María. 2018. “Savas L. Tsohatzidis (Ed.), Interpreting J.L. Austin: critical essays.” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
  4. Korta, Kepa. 2017. “Ilse Depraetere and Raphael Salkie (Eds.): Semantics and pragmatics: drawing a line.” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 28–10.
  5. Corazza, Eros. 2016. ”I. Dickie 2015. Fixing Reference.” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
  6. de Ponte, María. 2014. “Critical pragmatics. An inquiry into reference and communication. Kepa Korta and John Perry.” Journal of Pragmatics 60: 103–105.
  7. de Ponte, María. 2012. “Workshop on semantics, pragmatics and rhetoric, 9-11, November.” The Reasoner 6 (1).
  8. Zubeldia, Larraitz. 2012. "Experimental pragmatics-semantics, J. Meibauer & M. Steinbach (Eds.), 2011." Journal of Pragmatics 44: 2100–2103.

In Basque

  1. Díaz, Zvonko. 2019. "Group Duties. Their Existence and their implications for individuals (by Stephanie Collins)". Gogoa 20: 67-72. doi: 10.1387/gogoa.21324.
  2. Esnaola, Beñat. 2019. “How Physics Makes Us Free (by Jenann Ismael).” Gogoa 20: 41–46. doi: 10.1387/gogoa.21216.
  3. Garmendia, Ekain. 2019. "Simon Kirchin: Thick Evaluation". Gogoa 20: 47–66. doi: 10.1387/gogoa.21242.
  4. Korta, Kepa. 2016. “Peter Kivy: de gustibus. Arguing about taste and why we do it.” Gogoa 15: 43–66. doi: 10.1387/gogoa.17257.