At least one black sheep: Pragmatics and the language of mathematics

Journal of Pragmatics 1 (160):114-119 (2020)
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In this paper we argue, against a somewhat standard view, that pragmatic phenomena occur in mathematical language. We provide concrete examples supporting this thesis.



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Luca San Mauro
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