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Optimality-Theoretic and Game-Theoretic Approaches to Implicature" by Robert van Rooij
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- Benz, A. (2006), ‘Utility and relevance of answers’, in A. Benz, G. Jäger and R. van Rooij (eds.), Game Theory and Pragmatics, Palgrave McMillan, pp. 195–214. (Scholar)
- Benz, A. and R. van Rooij (2007), ‘Optimal Assertions, and what they implicate. A uniform game theoretic approach’, Topoi (Scholar)
- Blutner, R. (1998), ‘Lexical Pragmatics’, Journal of Semantics, 15: 115–162. (Scholar)
- Blutner, R. (2000), ‘Some aspects of optimality in natural language interpretation’, Journal of Semantics, 17: 189–216. (Scholar)
- Ebert, C. and G. Jäger (2009), ‘Pragmatic Rationalizability’. in In A.
Riester and T. Solstand (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 14,
SFB 732, vol. 5, University of Stuttgart, 1–15. (Scholar)
- Franke, M. (2009), ‘Signal to Act’, PhD dissertation, University of Amsterdam (Scholar)
- Gazdar, G. (1979), Pragmatics, Academic Press,
- Grice, H.P. (1967), ‘Logic and conversation’, William James Lectures, Harvard University, reprinted in Studies in the Way of Words, 1989, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Scholar)
- Horn, L. (1984), ‘Towards a new taxonomy of pragmatic
inference: Q-based and R-based implicature’. In: D. Schiffrin
(ed.), Meaning, Form, and Use in Context: Linguistic
Applications, GURT84, 11–42, Washington; Georgetown University
- De Jaegher, K. (2008), ‘The evolution of Horn's rule’, Journal of Economic Methodology, 15: 275–284. (Scholar)
- Lewis, D. (1969), Convention, Cambridge: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
- Parikh, P. (1991), ‘Communication and strategic inference’, Linguistics and Philosophy, 14: 473–513. (Scholar)
- Parikh, P. (2001), The use of Language, CSLI
Publications, Stanford, California. (Scholar)
- Prince, A. and P. Smolensky, (1993), Optimality Theory.
Constraint interaction in generative grammar, MIT Press,
Cambridge, Mass. (Scholar)
- Rooij, R. van (2004), ‘Signalling games select Horn
strategies’, Linguistics and Philosophy, 27:
- Schulz, K., and R. van Rooij (2006), ‘Pragmatic meaning and non-monotonic reasoning: the case of exhaustive interpretation’, Linguistics and Philosophy, 29: 205–250. (Scholar)
- R. van Rooij (2008), ‘Game Theory and Quantity Implicatures’, Journal of Economic Methodology, 15: 261–274. (Scholar)