Reply to Richard and Reimer

Mind and Language 13 (4):617–621 (1998)
We begin our discussion of Richard by comparing his and our aims. Richard argues for and begins to develop an account of a connection between the semantic content of (an utterance of) a sentence and correct indirect reports of it. He submits that by doing so he refutes us, but that's just not so. We never challenged the existence of every such connection. Surely there is some connection (probably many). Our paper attempts to show that one alleged connection does not obtain. We articulated two central goals, one specific (1), and one more general (2)
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DOI 10.1111/1468-0017.00098
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