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Publications

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Mari, A. (2018). The French Future : evidentiality and information increase. Evidence for Evidentiality (pp. 199-226). Dordrecht: Benjamins

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de Vignemont, F. (2018). The first-person in pain. In Bain, D., Brady, M., Corns, J. (Eds.), Philosophy of Pain: Unpleasantness, Emotion, and DevianceRoutledge

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Casati, R. & Tonello, F. (2018). Voto elettronico e partecipazione democratica. Web e società democratica (pp. 3-15). Turin: Accademia University Press

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Fernandez-Velasco, P. & Casati, R. (2020). Disorientation and GIS-Informed Wilderness Search and Rescue. The Philosophy of GIS Switzerland: Springer Nature

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Tambassi, T., Fernandez-Velasco, P. & Casati, R. (2019). Disorientation and GIS-Informed Wilderness Search and Rescue. In Springer International Publishing (Eds.), The Philosophy of GIS (pp. 241-251).Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-16829-2_11

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Arcangeli, M. & Dokic, J. (2020). A plea for the Sublime in science. In S. French & M. Ivanova (Eds.), The Aesthetics of Science: Beauty, Imagination and Understanding (Routledge ed., pp. 104-124).

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Nicolas, D. (2018). The logic of mass expressions. In E. N. Zalta (Eds.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Stanford: The Metaphysics Research Lab Center for the Study of Language and Information Stanford University

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De Brabanter, P., Nicolas, D., Stojanovic, I. & Villanueva Fernandez, N. (2007). Les usages déférentiels. In Bouvier, Alban and Conein, Bernard (Eds.), L'épistémologie sociale. Une théorie sociale de la connaissance (pp. 139-162).Editions de l'EHESS

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Nicolas, D. (2006). Massif / comptable. Sémanticlopédie: dictionnaire de sémantique

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Nicolas, D. (2006). Compositionalité: questions philosophiques. Sémanticlopédie: dictionnaire de sémantique

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Nicolas, D. (2006). Ambiguïté. Sémanticlopédie: dictionnaire de sémantique

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Nicolas, D. (2005). Types of degrees and types of event structures. Event arguments: foundations and applications (pp. 277-300).

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Nicolas, D. (2002). La catégorisation des noms communs : massifs et comptables. Catégorisation et Langage (pp. 29-51).

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Asic, T. & Corblin, F. (2014). Telic definties and their prepositions. French and Serbian. In Aguilar-Guevara, Ana, Bert Le Bruyn and Joost Zwarts (Eds.), Weak Referentiality (pp. 183-212).Benjamins

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Giannakidou, A. & Mari, A. (2017). La dimension épistémique du futur : le rôle des adverbes. In Baranzini and de Saussures (Eds.), Le Futur dans les langues RomanesPeter Lang Ag

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Casati, R. (2018). Shadows, objects and the lexicon: On some lexicalized and non-lexicalized concepts of shadow and light. In C. Mac Cumhaill, Thomas Crowther (Eds.), Perceptual Ephemera Oxford: OUP. doi:10.1080/13875868.2017.1377204

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Fortier, M. & Kim, S. (2017). From the impossible to the improbable: A probabilistic account of magical beliefs and practices across development and cultures. In C. Zedelius, B. Müller & J. Schooler (Eds.), The science of lay theories: How beliefs shape our cognition, behavior, and health (pp. 265-315). New York: Springer