Metarepresentation in linguistic communication (1999)

by Deirdre Wilson
Venue:UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 11
Citations:20 - 4 self

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85 Relevance theory – Deirdre Wilson, Dan Sperber - 2004
13 Experimental Pragmatics – Dan Sperber, Deirdre Wilson - 2004
24 The Semantics/pragmatics Distinction: A View From Relevance Theory – Robyn Carston - 1998
New directions for research on pragmatics and modularity – Deidre Wildon - 2003
43 Pragmatics, Modularity and Mind-reading – Dan Sperber, Deirdre Wilson - 2002
Metaphor and the Literal/Nonliteral Distinction – Robyn Carston - 2011
4 Prolegomena to Default Semantics – K. M. Jaszczolt
A Relevance-Theoretic Account of. . . – Eun-Ju Noh, Neil Smith For Many - 1996
I wish to thank Deirdre Wilson for her continuous encouragement and invaluable and detailed – Comments On The
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6 Natural pragmatics and natural codes – Tim Wharton
Contents Acknowledgements vii Contributors viii – Dan Sperber, Ira A. Noveck
4 Explicit Communication and ‘Free’ Pragmatic Enrichment – Robyn Carston - 2010
1 Semantics and Pragmatics: The Boundary Issue – K. M. Jaszczolt
MODELLING SPEECH ACTS IN CONVERSATIONAL DISCOURSE – Amanda Schiffrin - 2005
On Encoded Lexical Meaning: Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives � – Stavros Assimakopoulos, John Tomlinson, Daniel Wedgwood
2 The explicit/implicit distinction in pragmatics and the limits of explicit communication – Robyn Carston
23 Pragmatics and the Explicit–Implicit Distinction – Robyn Carston - 1998
17 Do humans have two systems to track beliefs and belief-‐like states – Stephen A. Butterfill - 2009