Grice, Paul

Studies in the way of words / Paul Grice. - Cambridge, Mass. ; London : Harvard University Press, 1989 (imp. 1991) - VIII, 394 p.

pt. 1. Logic and conversation (1967, 1987): Prolegomena -- Logic and conversation -- Further notes on logic and conversation -- Indicative conditionals -- Utterer's meaning and intentions -- Utterer's meaning, sentence-meaning, and word-meaning -- Some models for implicature -- pt. 2. Explorations in semantics and metaphysics: Common sense and skepticism (c. 1946-1950) -- G.E. Moore and philosopher's paradoxes (c. 1953-1958) -- Postwar Oxford philosophy (1958) -- Conceptual analysis and the province of philosophy (1987) -- Descartes on clear and distinct perception (1966) -- In defense of a dogma (with P.F. Strawson, 1956) -- Meaning (1948, 1957) -- The causal theory of perception (1961) -- Some remarks about the senses (1962) -- Presupposition and conversational implicature (1970, 1977) -- Meaning revisited (1976, 1980) -- Metaphysics, philosophical eschatology, and Plato's Republic (1988) -- Retrospective epilogue (1987).

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Logic
Analysis (Philosophy)
Language and languages-- Philosophy
Lenguaje--Filosofía

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