What Is Said and What Is Not: The Semantics/pragmatics Interface

Chicago: Chicago University Press (2013)

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Carlo Penco
University of Genoa
Filippo Domaneschi
Universität Konstanz
Abstract
We asked some of the best philosophers of pragmatics to offer their original perspectives on the following question: to what extent do the novelties developed in these last years shed new light on defining the content of what is said? They answered with passion and without avoiding strong criticism of central ideas on opposite sides. The primary purpose of this collection is to provide a survey of what may be considered the main contemporary debate in the philosophy of language. Scholars and people already involved in the debate will find in the papers new challenges. As Aristotle would say “what is said is said in many ways”. TOC 1 CARLO PENCO, FILIPPO DOMANESCHI What is said: a Short History in Quotes 2 UNA STOJNIC AND ERNEST LEPORE What’s What’s said? 3 JASON STANLEY Context and Logical Form 4 MASSIMILIANO VIGNOLO Surprise Indexicalism 5 KENT BACH The Lure of Linguistification 6 MANUEL GARCIA CARPINTERO Explicit Performatives 7 CLAUDIA BIANCHI Illocutions in Context 8 CATHERINE WEARING Metaphor and the Scope Argument 9 FRANCOIS RECANATI Reference through Mental Files 10 ROBYN CARSTON Word Meaning, What is Said and Explicature 11 KEPA KORTA Grice’s Requirements on What is Said 12JOANA GARMENDIA Ironically Saying and Implicating 13 JOHN MACFARLANE Non Indexical Contextualism 14 EROS CORAZZA AND JEROM DOKIC On Situationalism: Situations with an Attitude 15 MICHAEL DEVITT Three Methodological Flaws of Linguistic Pragmatism 16 JOHN PERRY Direct Discourse, Indirect Discourse and Belief
Keywords context  contextualism  minimalism  relevance theory  relativism  indexicals  pragmatics  semantics  what is said
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