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Assistant Professor Elena Tsvetkova, Ph.D., is assistant professor in Philosophy of Language in the Department of Knowledge and Reality: Models, Methodologies and Heuristics at IPS-BAS. Her dissertation was on the topic “Logical methods for the study of the semantics of natural languages”, graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, SU “St. Kliment Ohridski” in 2019. Her interests are in the field of philosophical logic, linguistics and the philosophy of language. She is the author of publications related to Grice’s theory of conversational implicatures, including: “An Application of Grice’s Theory to Linguistic Research” (2023), “On Sense and Meaning in Speech Communication” (2022), “Cases of Misunderstanding: Reasons why Conversational Implicatures Might Fail” (2022), ‘Explaining Conversational Implicatures with the Graded Salience Hypothesis’ (2020).

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philosophy of language, philosophical logic, linguistics

2022. Cases of Misunderstanding: Reasons why Conversational Implicatures Might Fail.
BALKAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY, 14, 1, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,
ISSN:2367-5438 (online), DOI:https://doi.org/10.5840/bjp202214110, 73-78. SJR
(Scopus):0.12
2022. Civic education: teaching key skills for constructive dialogue. Nota Bene, 55, ISSN
1313-7859, DOI: http://notabene-bg.org/read.php?id=1264
2021. Applying prototype theory to civics education. i-Continuing Education, 16/2021,
Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, ISSN:1312-899X, DOI:

Прилагането на прототипната теория в обучението по гражданско образование


Bilateral Scientific Exchange Agreement (EBA) project between IFS-BAS and the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences on the topic “Logical models and models of artificial intelligence in conceptual engineering”, 2024-2025.
Bilateral Scientific Exchange Agreement (EBA) project between IFS-BAS and the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences on the topic “The Importance of Logical Models for Modern Science”, 2022-2023.
Individual planning project on the topic “Experimental approach to the concept of conversational implicatures”, 2020-2023.