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245 00 Oxford studies in philosophy of language.|nVolume 2 /
       |cedited by Ernie Lepore and David Sosa 
264    Oxford ;|aNew York, NY :|bOxford University Press,|c2022 
300    ix, 310 pages ;|c22 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  |g1.|tExploring Lingiustuc Liability /|rEmma Borg and P.J.
       Connolly --|g2.|tSingular Propostitions /|rPeter Hanks --
       |g3.|tDescriptive Readings of Noun Phrases /|rJeffrey C. 
       King --|g4.|tDeterminations of Meaning /|rStephen Neale --
       |g5.|tWhat Borderline Cases Cannot Be /|rDiana Raffman --
       |g6.|tSuperman and Clark Walk into a Phone Booth /|rMark 
       Richard --|g7.|tThe Anatomy of Arguments in Natural 
       Language Discourse /|rUna Stojnic ́ --|g8.|tNegating 
       Conditionals /|rMalte Willer --|g9.|tContext-Sensitivity 
       by Way of Parameters /|rSeth Yalcin  
520    Philosophy of language has been at the centre of 
       philosophical research at least since the start of the 
       20th century. Since that 'linguistic turn' much of the 
       most important work in philosophy has related to language.
       But till now there has been no regular forum for 
       outstanding original work in this area. That is what 
       'Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Language' offers. Anyone 
       wanting to know what's happening in philosophy of language
       could start with these volumes 
650  0 Language and languages|xPhilosophy 
700 1  LePore, Ernest,|d1950-|eeditor 
700 1  Sosa, David,|d1966-|eeditor 
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