Inference and Understanding: A Philosophical and Psychological Perspective

New York, NY, USA: Routlege (1990)
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A review of empirical and theoretical work on reasoning and linguistic inference, which will be a useful introduction to the subject for students of language and thought. The book focuses on the relationship between what people do and what people are supposed to do when making inferences.

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