Dual Character Concepts


funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation


Research Output of the Project


Reuter, K., Baumgartner, L. (forthcoming). Corpus analysis: A case study on the use of 'conspirancy theory'. Read here.

Reuter, K., Messerli, M., Barlassina, L. (2022). Not more than a feeling: An experim. investig. into the folk concept of happiness, Thought. Read here.

Napolitano, G., Reuter, K. (2021). What is a conspiracy theory? Erkenntnis. Read here.

Baumgartner, L., Willemsen, P., Reuter, K. (2022). The polarity effect of evaluative language. In Philosophical Psychology. Read here.

Willemsen, P., Reuter, K. (2021). Separating the evaluative from the descriptive: An empirical study of thick concepts. Thought.

Willemsen, P., Baumgartner, L., Frohofer, S., Reuter, K. (forthcoming). Examining evaluativity in legal discourse. A comparative corpus-linguistic study of thick concepts. in Magen, S., Prochownik, K. (eds) Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Law. Read here.

Willemsen, P., Reuter, K. (2020). Separability and the effect of valence. In Denison, Mack, Xu, Armstrong (Eds.), Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

Reuter, K., Löschke, J., Betzler, M. (2020). What is a colleague? The descriptive and normative dimension of a dual character concept. Philosophical Psychology.

Reuter, K. (2019). Dual character concepts. Philosophy Compass, Read here.


Reuter, K., Baumgartner, L., Willemsen, P. (submitted). Tracing thick concepts through corpora.

In preparation:

Reuter, K. (in preparation). Re-engineering Social Role Concepts: Gender Bias and the Normative Dimension of Conceptual Representation.