Linguistic communication as action and cooperation : a study in pragmatics

  title={Linguistic communication as action and cooperation : a study in pragmatics},
  author={Jens Allwood},
1 1 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Ways of doing linguistics 1 1.2 Linguistic theory and pragmatics 1 1.3 An outline of the thesis 2 1.4 Methodology 3 2 ACTION 5 2.1 Action and behavior 5 2.2 Reasons, grounds and motives 5 2.3. 'De dicto'-'de re' like phenomena and the difference between observer and agent 9 2.3.1 'De dicto'-'de re' and 'de intentione' 9 2.3.2 Misleading circumstances 10 2.4 Intention, significance and the meaning of action 10 2.4.1 Intentions, causality and consciousness 10 2.4.2 Purpose… CONTINUE READING

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