Texts: Ontological Status, Identity, Author, Audience

State University of New York Press (1996)

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Provides an ontological characterization of texts, explores the issues raised by the identity of various texts, and presents a view of the function of authors and audiences, and of their relations to texts

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Jorge J. E. Gracia
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