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STATEMENTS AND THOUGHTS
THE GENERAL THEORY OF SPEECH ACTS
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A-implied analysis analytic Ann can swim apologize apprehension appropriate manner assertion audience Austin believe context conventional declarative sentence deep structure deletion rule delivers delivery verbs denotation Descartes distinction distinguish e.g_ essential avowability example explicit performatives fact Gottlob Frege Grice Gustav Lauben H. P. Grice happiness conditions hearer i_.e illocu illocutionary act illocutionary force implicit implicitly performative imply indexical sentence John Lemmon M-intended main clause manner of delivery meaningnn meant non-indexical sentences non-natural meaning non-pure performatives P-happiness P. F. Strawson performa perlocutionary act perlocutionary effect perlocutionary object Peter Geach phi-ing Prices slumped primary intention proper names pure performatives recognition referring expression Ross Russell Russell's Searle Searle's Sense and Reference sentence token sentence types sentences verifiable sequel sincerity conditions someone speaker meaning speaker's intention speaking speech act statement Strawson tence theory of descriptions thesis thought tion tionary act tive true or false truth conditions truth value upset utterance warning