Beyond Bullshit

Philosophy Now 121:22-23 (2017)
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Abstract

Applying Grice's account of conventional and conversational implicature, and Frankfurt's account of bullshit, shows that Donald J. Trump's language falls into a category beyond Frankfurt's own.

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Nathaniel Goldberg
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