Information, Relevance and Social Decisionmaking: Applications to Non-truth-conditional Semantics


Compressed Abstract: This paper submits an approach to broadly non-truth-conditional aspects of meaning in natural language which interprets`pragmatics' substantively: in the way of C.S. Peirce and F.P. Ramsey, as a synonym for decision-theory. We outline (i) basic assumptions, (ii) some relations to other approaches, (iii) a range of results wide enough to… (More)


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