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Perspectives on pragmatics and philosophy

Author: Alessandro Capone; Franco Lo Piparo; Marco Carapezza
Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2013.
Series: Perspectives in pragmatics, philosophy & psychology, v. 1.
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This book is about the pragmatics of language and it illustrates how pragmatics transcends the boundaries of linguistics. This volume covers Gricean pragmatics as well as topics including: conversation and collective belief, the norm of assertion, speech acts, what a context is, the distinction between semantics and pragmatics and implicature and explicature, pragmatics and epistemology, the pragmatics of belief,  Read more...
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(OCoLC)857975550
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alessandro Capone; Franco Lo Piparo; Marco Carapezza
ISBN: 9783319010113 3319010115
OCLC Number: 869377623
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 647 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Chapter 1. Margaret Gilbert and Maura Priest, Conversation and collective belief --
Chapter 2. Martin Montminy, The single norm of assertion --
Chapter 3. András Kertesz and Ferenc Kiefer, From thought experiments to real experiments in pragmatics --
Chapter 4. Michael Devitt, What makes a property 'semantic'? --
Chapter 5. Steven Gross, What is a context? --
Chapter 6. Michael Haugh, Implicature, inference and cancellability --
Chapter 7. Siobhan Chapman, Grice, conversational implicature and philosophy --
Chapter 8. Claudia Bianchi, Writing letters in the age of Grice --
Chapter 9. Douglas Walton and Fabrizio Macagno, Implicatures as forms of argument --
Chapter 10. Marina Sbisà, Some remarks about speech act pluralism --
Chapter 11. Michel Seymour, Speech act pluralism, minimal content and pragmemes --
Chapter 12. Paolo Leonardi, Language adds to context --
Chapter 13. Kepa Korta, John Perry, Squaring the circle --
Chapter 14. Wayne Davis, Irregular negations: Pragmatic explicature theories --
Chapter 15. Anne Bezuidenhout, The (in)significance of the referential/attributive distinction --
Chapter 16. Paul Saka, Quotation and the use-mention distinction --
Chapter 17. Nellie Wieland, Indirect reports and pragmatics --
Chapter 18. Alessandro Capone, Immunity to error through misidentification (IEM), 'de se' and pragmatic intrusion): a linguistic treatment --
Chapter 19. Alessandro, Capone, Further reflections on Semantic Minimalism: Reply to Wedgwood --
Chapter 20. Igor Douven, Putting the pragmatics of beliefs to work --
Chapter 21. Alberto Voltolini, Contexts, fiction and truth --
Chapter 22. Alec McHoul, Pragmatics and philosophy: three notes in search of a footing --
Chapter 23. Luvell Anderson and Ernie Lepore, A brief essay on Slurs --
Chapter 24. Frans van Eemeren and Bart Garssen, Viewing the study of argumentation as normative pragmatics --
Chapter 25. Francesca Piazza, Rhetoric and pragmatics: suggestions for a fruitful dialogue --
Chapter 26. Marcelo Dascal, Debating with myself: Towards the psycho-pragmatics and onto-pragmatics of the dialectical self --
Chapter 27. Lo Piparo, Franco. Truth, negation and meaning.
Series Title: Perspectives in pragmatics, philosophy & psychology, v. 1.
Responsibility: Alessandro Capone, Franco Lo Piparo, Marco Carapezza, editors.

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