Austin on Language

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Palgrave-Macmillan (2014)

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Brian Garvey
Lancaster University
Abstract
Looking at the work of J.L. Austin, who subjected language to a close and intense analysis, this book deals with his examination of the various things we do with words, and with the philosophical insights he believed could be gained by closely examining the uses of words by non-philosophers.
Keywords Language, Ordinary Language Philosophy, Pragmatics  Methodology
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