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Meaning, Force and Explicit Performatives

  • Eduardo A. Rabossi
Part of the Synthese Library book series (SYLI, volume 172)

Abstract

I. Let me start with some general and rather obvious remarks about Austin’s doctrine of explicit performative sentences.

Keywords

Descri Ption Successful Performance Subordinate Clause Illocutionary Force Linguistic Convention 
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