Argumenta – Journal of Analytic Philosophy

Andrea Bonomi


Andrea Bonomi is a philosopher of language, professor of Philosophy of Language at the University of Milan until 2010 and of Semantics of Natural Languages at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University from 2010-2012. His research focused on the role that the conceptual apparatus plays in determining the semantic contents by which we refer to objects and events in the surrounding world (Le vie del riferimento, 1975; Universi di discorso, 1979); with the logical modes that underlie the procedures by which we represent the cognitive contents of other subjects (Eventi mentali, 1983); and with the semantic structure of narrative universes, focusing in particular on the role that so-called indical expressions play in determining the spatiotemporal structure of a literary text (Lo spirito della narrazione, 1994). His most recent research concerns temporality.


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