How To Do Things With Words

Author: John Langshaw Austin
Publisher: Harvard University Press
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Assembles the twentieth-century philosopher's ideas and conclusions regarding issues and problems pertaining to word usage.

Texts Textual Acts And The History Of Science

Author: Karine Chemla
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Thus, we must note that textology has its place in a vast movement, which we can
reasonably take as a mark of maturity. References Anscombe, Gertrude E. M.
1957. Intention. Oxford: Blackwell. Austin, John L. 1961. Philosophical papers.
Oxford: Clarendon Press. Austin, John L. 1962. How to do things with words. The
William James lectures delivered at Harvard University in 1955. Oxford: Oxford
University Press (second edition, 1976). Bach, Kent. 1994. Semantic slack: What
is said, ...

Churchill And The Anglo American Special Relationship

Author: Alan P. Dobson
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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Ashton, N., Eisenhower, Macmillan and the Problem of Nasser: Anglo-American
Relations and Arab Nationalism, 1955–59, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,
1996. Austin, J.L., How to Do Things with Words: The William James Lectures
delivered at Harvard University in 1955, ed. J.O. Urmson and M. Sbisà, second
edition, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975 (first edition 1962). Bartlett, C.J., The '
Special Relationship': A Political History of Anglo-American Relations since 1945
, London: ...

One Thing And Another Selected Writings 1954 2016

Author: Jonathan Miller
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The Darwin College Lectures is an annual programme of talks first established in
1986. In its fourth year the theme was communication. The speakers were Noam
... First published in the US by J. P. Tarcher of Los Angeles, 1979. J. L. Austin,
How to do Things with Words: The William James Lectures delivered at Harvard
University in 1955. Ed. J. O. Urmson. ... In the second edition (1970) it moved to
pp. 253– 271. Those page numbers remained the same for the third and final
edition ...

Knowledge In Action

Author: Annemarie van Paassen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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researcher. A first level of reflexivity can be organised by a second action
researcher who at least includes a similar theoretical framework. Reflexivity
based on a competing theoretical framework should be organised in a secondary
analysis. ... How to do things with words, the William James Lectures delivered at
Harvard University in 1955 (Londen 1962, revised edition 1967). Clarendon
Press, Oxford, UK. Butler, J., 1997. Excitable speech, a politics of the performative
. New York, NY ...

Language Action And Context

Author: Brigitte Nerlich
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Brigitte Nerlich, David D. Clarke. I28. 129. 130. 131. 132. I33. 134. I35. I36. 137.
138. that the first edition of the dictionary, published in 1889, does not contain an
entry for pragmatism as a philosophical term, even though Peirce was ... for
whom the word deed meant 'actions' in general, as in the title, 'Words and Deeds',
of his lectures given at Oxford, from which the William James Lectures and
ultimately the posthumously published book How to Do Things with Words
originated.

Economics As A Moral Science

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J.L. Austin's William James lectures were delivered at Harvard University in 1955
and published under the title How to do Things with Words in 1962.30 According
to the Preface to the first edition, however, the central idea of these lectures, − the
theory of what Austin later labeled 'performative utterances' – was set out in “
Other Minds” and published in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society,
Supplemental Volume XX in 1946, and each year between 1952 and 1954
Austin delivered ...