Sbisà on Speech as Action

Palgrave-Macmillan (2023)
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Abstract

The volume provides a thorough look into Marina Sbisà’s distinctive, Austinian-inspired approach to speech acts. By gathering original essays from a world-class lineup of philosophers of language, linguists, social epistemologists, action theorists, and communication scholars, the collection provides the first comprehensive critical treatment of Sbisa’s outstanding contribution to speech act theory.

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Paolo Labinaz
University of Trieste
Laura Caponetto
Cambridge University

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