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Intention and Convention in Speech Acts
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analysis Aspects assigned audience Austin base phrase-markers Chomsky concepts conventional correlation deep structure define definiens definition discussion distinction effect empirical example explication explicit expression fact formulation function-indicating device further grammatical relations Grice's hairy-coated thing hearer human hypothesis illocutionary act illocutionary force innate ideas innateness hypothesis John John's children Katz knows the route labelled bracketing language-acquisition lexical items lexical readings linguistic description linguistic theory logical form natural languages notion noun object overt intention P. F. Strawson particular performative utterance philosophical problems philosophy of language phonetic phonological phrase phrase-structure predication principles procedure promise proposition question reference rewriting rules semantic categories semantic component semantic interpretation semantic markers semantic theory sense sense and reference sentence shaggy speaker specification speech act statement superficial phrase-marker suppose surface structure syntactic component Syntactic Structures T-marker Theory of Syntax timeless meaning tion transformational grammar underlying phrase-markers utter H-W utterance-type verb words