Integrationist reflections on the place of dialogue in our communicational universe: laying the ghost of segregationism?

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Jones, Peter;

Roy Harris identifies the “main flaw” in J L Austin's account of language as a “failure to consider to what extent being able to ‘do things with words’ is parasitic on being able to do things without them”. Harris's comment here serves as a springboard for a critical ev... View more
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