In August OAC's Oscar González wrote in the Theory for Anthropology group that:

Situation theory may indeed be a useful language in which to describe cultural situations and linguistic or other communicative exchanges. Since I had been reading some of the situation theory and situation semantics literature I have decided to post several articles introducing the theory. These will be posted as a series of articles on my web site, which supports the use of LaTeX equations. I will be linking to these articles here, as I write them, hoping they will be of interest to members of this community.

If somebody wants to arrange information for comparing situations looking for cultural signs into them, I think that Situation theory offers a language with capabilities for writing ethnographic information down and make formally well written comparisons.

Situation theory may indeed be a useful language in which to describe cultural situations and linguistic or other communicative exchanges. Since I had been reading some of the situation theory and situation semantics literature I have decided to post several articles introducing the theory. These will be posted as a series of articles on my web site, which supports the use of LaTeX equations. I will be linking to these articles here, as I write them, hoping they will be of interest to members of this community.

- Introduction to Situation Theory Part I In which I introduce the development of situation theory and its basic notions and components
- Introduction to Situation Theory Part II In which I give a more fine grained introduction to the notions used in situation theory.
- Introduction to Situation Theory Part III In which I introduce infon logic and the notion of a constraint.
- Introduction to Situation Theory Part IV In which I briefly introduce situation semantics.
- References and Footnotes to Introduction to Situation Theory This contains references and footnotes for the series of articles on Situation Theory
- What is Information: some notes In which I discuss David Israel and John Perry's notion of information and use of situation theory.

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