Elsevier (2000)

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This is a collection of nine papers dealing with the topic of reporting on beliefs and other attitudes, and in particular with the issue of the semantics-pragmatics boundary dispute which is the core topic of research in the field.
Keywords Pragmatics   Proposition   Attitude
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