prof. dr. M.J.B. (Martin) Stokhof

  • Faculty of Humanities
    Logic and Language
  • Visiting address
    Oude Turfmarkt 141  
  • Postal address:
    Oude Turfmarkt  141
    1012 GC  Amsterdam

Further information

For information on teaching and research check the following link:


  • Stokhof, M. J. B., & van Lambalgen, M. (2016). What cost naturalism? In K. Balogh, & W. Petersen (Eds.), Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics. Selected papers of BRIDGE-14 (pp. 87-119). Düsseldorf University Press.



  • Stokhof, M. J. B. (2013). Formal semantics and Wittgenstein: An alternative? The Monist, 96(2), 205-231. DOI: 10.5840/monist20139629 
  • de Haan, S. E., Rietveld, D. W., Stokhof, M. J. B., & Denys, D. A. (2013). The phenomenology of deep brain stimulation-induced changes in ocd: An enactive affordance-based model. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7.


  • Stokhof, M. J. B. (2012). The role of artificial languages. In D. Graff Fara, & G. Russell (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Language (pp. 544553). London: Routledge.



  • Stokhof, M. (2010). "Leven zonder hoop of vrees": stoïsche elementen in de conceptie van het goede leven in Wittgensteins Tractatus. Filosofie, 20(6), 19-27. [details] 
  • Stokhof, M., & van Lambalgen, M. (2010). Abstracties en idealisaties: de constructie van de moderne taalkunde. Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 72(4), 749-776. DOI: 10.2143/TVF.72.4.2062399  [details] 


  • Stokhof, M. (2009). Ludwig Wittgenstein: Philosophische Untersuchungen (1953). In R. Gabriëls (Ed.), De twintigste eeuw in veertien filosofische boeken (pp. 87-109). Amsterdam: Boom. [details] 
  • Stokhof, M. (2009). The architecture of meaning: Wittgenstein's Tractatus and formal semantics. In E. Zamuner, & D. K. Levy (Eds.), Wittgenstein's enduring arguments (pp. 211-244). London: Routledge. [details] 


  • Stokhof, M. (2008). Taal en praktijk. Nederlandse Taalkunde, 13(3), 322-329. [details] 
  • Kamp, H., & Stokhof, M. (2008). Information in natural language. In P. Adriaans, & J. van Benthem (Eds.), Philosophy of information (pp. 49-112). (Handbook of the philosophy of science; No. 8). Amsterdam: North-Holland. [details] 


  • Stokhof, M. J. B. (2007). Hand or hammer? On formal and natural languages in semantics. The Journal of Indian Philosophy, 35(5-6), 597-626. DOI: 10.1007/s10781-007-9023-7 


  • Stokhof, M. J. B. (2006). The development of Montague grammar. In S. Aroux, K. Koerner, H-J. NIederehe, & K. Versteegh (Eds.), History of the Language Sciences (pp. 2058-2073). Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Stokhof, M. J. B. (2006). The future of semantics? Theoretical Linguistics, 32(1), 91-100. DOI: 10.1515/TL.2006.007 
  • van Eijck, D. J. N., & Stokhof, M. J. B. (2006). The gamut of dynamic logics. In D. Gabbay, & J. Woods (Eds.), Handbook of the history of logic. - Vol. 7: Logic and the modalities in the twentieth century (pp. 499-600). Amsterdam: Elsevier. [details] 


  • Stokhof, M., & van Lambalgen, M. (2014). Abstracte begrippen en concrete werkelijkheid: Twee vragen voor Hans Radder. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 106(1), 69-74. DOI: 10.5117/ANTW2014.1.STOK  [details] 


  • Stokhof, M. (2008). The company of objects = Het gezelschap van dingen. In K. Andreasen, & T. Melzer (Eds.), Inventory (pp. 13-30). Haarlem: Johan Deumens Gallery. [details] 


  • Stokhof, Martin (2016): Elected member Academia Europea.

Scientific position

  • Stokhof, Martin (2014-2030): member of the Scientific Council since January 2014, European Research Council.
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