'By': A Refutation of the Anscombe Thesis

Linguistics and Philosophy 31 (6):649 - 669 (2008)
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The paper has two main objectives: first, it presents a new argument against the so-called Anscombe Thesis (if χ φ-s by ψ-ing, then χ's φ-ing = χ's ψ-ing). Second, it develops a proposal about the syntax and semantics of the 'by'-locution.
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