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|Deceptions||Avr I 57
Deception/HarmanVsGrice: we might need self-referential facts ((s) these are certainly true, because they are about themselves) - Problem: 1. why not from the start? - 2. If not possible, then the whole analysis gets problematic. - Solution/Harman: the speaker intends that the hearer responds for the proper reason: recognizing the speaker’s intention. Schiffer/Grice: they want to avoid self-referring facts. - Problem: the resulting complexity.
Remnants of Meaning Cambridge 1987