Philosophical Psychology 26 (6):863 - 887 (2013)

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Steffen Borge
Nord University
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In the paper, I present Christopher Gauker's critique of the view that we talk to each other as a way to make ourselves understood (the received view of linguistic communication) and his alternative theory. I show that both his critique and his alternative fail, and defend the received view of linguistic communication
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