Semantics/pragmatics

-Vicente, A. & Falkum, I.L. (forth.) Accounting for the preference of literal meanings in ASC. Mind & Language.

-Vicente, A. & Martín-González, Isabel (2021) The literalist bias in the autistic spectrum conditions: review of existing accounts. Studies in Psychology

-Vicente, A. (2021) Approaches to co-predication: inherent polysemy and metaphysical relations. Journal of Pragmatics.

-Vicente, A., Fraser, K. & Castroviejo, E. (2020) Lenguaje peyorativo en español: términos despreciativos y términos neutros usados como insultos, Teorema XXXIX: 63-85

-Hogeweg, L. & Vicente, A. (2020) On the nature of the lexicon: The status of rich lexical meanings. Journal of Linguistics, doi: 10.1017/S0022226720000316

-Castroviejo, A., Fraser, K. & Vicente, A. (2020) More on pejorative language: Insults that go beyond their extension. Synthese.

-Falkum, I.L. & Vicente, A. (2020) Polysemy. Oxford Bibliographies On-line. Oxford University Press.

-Vicente, A. & Zeman, D. (2020) How to say when: A Reichenbachian approach to the answering machine puzzle, in T. Ciecierski & P. Grabarczyk (eds.), The Architecture of Context and Context-Sensitivity, Springer

-Vicente, A. (2019) Chomskyan arguments against truth-conditional semantics based on variability and co-predication. Erkenntnis, doi.org/10.1007/s10670-019-00138-x

-Ortega Andrés, M. & Vicente, A. (2019) Polysemy and Co-predication, Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 4(1)

-Vicente, A. (2018) Polysemy and word meaning: an account of lexical meaning for different kinds of content words, Philosophical Studies, 175 (4), 947-968

-Vicente, A. (2017) What words mean and express: semantics and pragmatics of kind terms and verbs, Journal of Pragmatics, 117: 231-244.

-Vicente, A. (2017) Semantic Minimalism. In Pritchard, D. (Ed.) Oxford Bibiliographies in Philosophy. New York: Oxford University Press.

-Kneer, M., Vicente, A. & Zeman, D. (2017) Relativism about Predicates of Personal Taste and Perspectival Plurality. Linguistics and Philosophy, 40: 37–60.

-Vicente, A. & Falkum, I.L. (2017) Polysemy. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Ed. Mark Aronoff. New York: Oxford University Press.

-Vicente, A. & Martínez Manrique, F. (2016) The big concepts papers: a defence of hybridism. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 67 (1), 59-88

-Falkum, I.L. & Vicente, A. (2015) Polysemy: Current perspectives and approaches, Lingua, 157: 1-16

-Vicente, A. (2015) The green leaves and the expert: polysemy and truth-conditional variability. Lingua, 157, 54-65

-Martínez-Manrique, F. & Vicente, A . (2013) What is Said by a Metaphor: The Role of Conventionality and Salience. Pragmatics and Cognition 21(2): 304-328.

-Vicente, A. (2012) On Travis Cases, Linguistics and Philosophy 35 (1):3-19.

-Vicente, A. & Martínez Manrique, F. (2010) On Relevance Theory’s Atomistic Commitments, Explicit Communication: Essays on Robyn Carston’s Pragmatics. 42-58. Soria & Romero, eds. Palgrave Studies in Pragmatics, Language and Cognition. London.

-Vicente, A. & Martínez Manrique, F. (2010) Semantic Minimalism. Oxford Bibliographies on-line (5000 words). D. Pritchard, ed. Oxford University Press

-Vicente, A. & Martínez Manrique, F. (2010) Lexical Concepts: From Contextualism to Decompositionalism, in Meaning and Context. Rast, E. & Baptista, L. Eds. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main.

-Vicente, A. (2010). Clusters: On the Structure of Lexical Concepts. Dialectica, 64(1), 79–106.

-Vicente, A. & Martínez Manrique, F. (2009) On the psychological reality of the minimal proposition, Utterance Interpretations and Cognitive Models: 1-25. Kissine & De Brabanter, eds. CRiSPI, Volume 20, Emerald Publishers.