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 J.L. Austin - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
J.L. Austin (1911–1960): British philosopher in ordinary language philosophy. Notable works include "How to Do Things with Words" and contributions to speech act theory. Explored language, meaning, and communication, shaping modern philosophy of language.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
Austin, J.L. Actions   Actions
Austin, J.L. Behavior   Behavior
Austin, J.L. Coherence Theory   Coherence Theory
Austin, J.L. Conventions   Conventions
Austin, J.L. Correspondence Theory   Correspondence Theory
Austin, J.L. Criteria   Criteria
Austin, J.L. Definitions   Definitions
Austin, J.L. Facts   Facts
Austin, J.L. Knowledge   Knowledge
Austin, J.L. Language   Language
Austin, J.L. Map Example   Map Example
Austin, J.L. Meaning (Intending)   Meaning (Intending)
Austin, J.L. Negation   Negation
Austin, J.L. Properties   Properties
Austin, J.L. Reality   Reality
Austin, J.L. Redundancy Theory   Redundancy Theory
Austin, J.L. Signs   Signs
Austin, J.L. Similarity   Similarity
Austin, J.L. Skepticism   Skepticism
Austin, J.L. Speech Act Theory   Speech Act Theory
Austin, J.L. Statements   Statements
Austin, J.L. Terminology   Terminology
Austin, J.L. Truth   Truth
Austin, J.L. Truth Predicate   Truth Predicate
Austin, J.L. Truthmakers   Truthmakers
Austin, J.L. Words   Words

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-02-28