Mind and Language 23 (3):257–262 (2008)

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Peter Carruthers
University of Maryland, College Park
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This article outlines the main themes and motivations of Carruthers, 2006. Its purpose is to provide some background for the critical commentaries of Cowie, Machery, and Wilson (this volume).
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DOI 10.1111/j.1468-0017.2008.00340.x
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