Work on this paper was supported by a 3-year NSF grant [Award # 0925896] for collaborative research (with Mitchell Green). Preliminary research was undertaken while I was a Fellow at the National Humanities Center 2010–11. I thank Mitchell Green for collaborative work that helped shape the view defended in this paper. Special thanks to Carol Voeller for immensely valuable discussions and comments on several drafts. An anonymous referee, Brady Clark, Ian Ground, Randy Hendricks, Doug Long, Richard Moore, Matthew Priselac, Dean Pettit, Robert Seyfarth, and Ulrich Stegmann all provided helpful feedback, and members of my Expressive Communication and Origins of Meaning (ECOM) Research Group (http://ecom.web.unc.edu) have helped through discussions and research assistance. Thanks to audiences at the Institute of Philosophy, University of London (24 March 2011) and the Language Evolution and Computation Research Unit in Edinburgh (28 March 2011).
Origins of Meaning: Must We ‘Go Gricean’?
Article first published online: 4 JUN 2013
© 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Mind & Language
Volume 28, Issue 3, pages 342–375, June 2013
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BAR-ON, D. (2013), Origins of Meaning: Must We ‘Go Gricean’?. Mind & Language, 28: 342–375. doi: 10.1111/mila.12021
- Issue published online: 4 JUN 2013
- Article first published online: 4 JUN 2013
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