Against monosemy, pt 5: The methodological gap

I fully acknowledge there is certainly an appeal for monosemy as a theoretical construct. The ability to schematize all usages or senses within a single abstract sense does indeed simplified and elegant semantic theory. Such a theory is an attractive prospect for all linguists.

Onward to Cambridge!

I want to again thank everyone who contributed to the GoFundMe Campaign: Cambridge Greek Verb Conference. The response was both astounding and generous. Thank you all so much. Here's what has been happening so far: Rachel and I have been diligently preparing our papers for the conference. We're almost ready! All of you raised enough... Continue Reading →

Verb Conference GoFundMe Update

We passed the $500 mark last week. The response and kindness expressed by everyone has been pretty incredible. Some gifts have come in independently of GoFundMe and, as a result, I have reduced the total goal again to $2100.  That means Rachel and I are 1/4th of the way there. In conjunction with what we are receiving in 'official' conference funding,... Continue Reading →

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