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dr. T. (Tamara) Dobler

Faculty of Humanities
Logic and Language

Visiting address
  • Science Park 107
Postal address
  • Postbus 94242
    1090 GE Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Publications



    • Dobler, T. (2019). An inquisitive approach to occasion-sensitivity. Manuscript submitted for publication.
    • Dobler, T. (2019). Occasion-sensitive semantics for objective predicates. Linguistics and Philosophy, 42(5), 451–474. [details]
    • Dobler, T. (2019). Occasion-sensitivity: sensitivity to questions or goals?. Manuscript submitted for publication


    • Collins, J., & Dobler, T. (2018). The Work of Charles Travis: a Contemporary Overview. In J. Collins, & T. Dobler (Eds.), The Philosophy of Charles Travis: Language, Thought, and Perception (pp. 1-22). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]


    • Dobler, T. (2017). Occasion-sensitive semantics. In P. Brézillon, R. Turner, & C. Penco (Eds.), Modeling and Using Context: 10th International and Interdisciplinary Conference, CONTEXT 2017, Paris, France, June 20-23, 2017 : proceedings (pp. 254-266). (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 10257), (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence). Cham: Springer. [details]



    • Dobler, T. (2013). Ever the Twain shall Meet? Chomsky and Wittgenstein on Linguistic Competence. Croatian Journal of Philosophy, 13(38).
    • Dobler, T. (2013). What is wrong with Hacker's Wittgenstein? On grammar, context, and sense-determination. Philosophical Investigations, 36(3).




    • Dobler, T. (2015). Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (RContext 656273).

    Talk / presentation

    • Dobler, T. (speaker) (18-12-2017). An inquisitive approach to occasion-sensitivity, 2nd Workshop on inquisitiveness below and beyond the sentence boundary (InqBnB 2), Amsterdam.
    • Dobler, T. (invited speaker) (10-11-2017). PALLMYR XI, University College London (UCL).
    • Dobler, T. (invited speaker) (9-11-2017). Occasion-sensitive inquisitive semantics., SFB 991 colloquium, Dusseldorf, Germany, Dusseldorf , Germany.
    • Dobler, T. (speaker) (20-6-2017). Occasion-sensitive semantics, Modeling and Using Context, Paris, France.
    • Dobler, T. (invited speaker) (27-1-2017). Occasion-sensitive semantics, ILLC New Year's Colloquium 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • Dobler, T. (invited speaker) (11-1-2017). Guest lecture: Context in Act Theory, Philosophy of Language seminar Humboldt University (organiser: Emanuel Viebahn) , Berlin, Germany.
    • Dobler, T. (invited speaker) (11-11-2016). Wittgenstein and illocutionary force, Wittgenstein's contemporary relevance, Tokyo, Japan , Tokyo, Japan.
    • Dobler, T. (speaker) (17-6-2016). Is Thought Occasion-Sensitive?, 1st Context, Cognition and Communication conference, Warsaw, Poland.
    • Dobler, T. (speaker) (19-5-2016). Conceptual atomism without externalism, Conceptual Thought and Linguistic Communication, Salzburg, Austria.
    • Dobler, T. (speaker) (16-1-2016). SITUATED ASSERTION, How to Say 'Yes' or 'No': Logical Approaches to Modes of Assertion and Denial, Lecce, Italy.


    • Dobler, T. (organiser) & Stokhof, M. J. B. (organiser) (15-7-2017). Wittgenstein in different traditions, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ----------- Abstracts --- Jiang Yi (Beijing Normal University) -- Philosophical Studies on Wittgenstein in China (please see the slides attached) (…) (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Dobler, T. (organiser) (1-1-2016 - 1-3-2017). DIP colloquium, ILLC UvA Amsterdam, Amsterdam , Netherlands (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Dobler, T. (organiser) (29-6-2012 - 1-7-2012). Themes from Travis: Language, Perception and the Early Analytic Legacy, Norwich, United Kingdom (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
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