Logic and Language is a research programme in logic and the philosophy of language, at the boundaries with linguistics, analytic ontology, epistemic logic, and cognitive science. We investigate human reasoning, the interpretation of language and its ontological spin-offs, and view interpretation as a dynamic, cognitive process that is embedded in both social practices and the external environment. Our view on how logic and language connect has its philosophical roots in the writings of Aristotle, Leibniz, Frege, Wittgenstein, Montague, and Grice.
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