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Organon F, Volume 28, May 2021, Issue 2

Special issue on The Origins of Meaning and the Nature of Speech Acts

Guest editor: Maciej Witek

ISSN 2585-7150 (online) ISSN 1335-0668 (print)

Download PDF | Published online: 24 May 2021 | 10 articles | Pages 269–495

Editorial | Special Issue

Preface

Maciej Witek

Download PDF | Pages 270–281

Research Article | Special Issue

Must Expression Be Instrumental?

Stina Bäckström

Download PDF | Pages 282–302

Research Article | Special Issue

The Epistemic Value of Music

Marina Bakalova

Download PDF | Pages 303–325

Research Article | Special Issue

Self-Expression in Speech Acts

Maciej Witek

Download PDF | Pages 326–359

Research Article | Special Issue

Limitations of Non-Gricean Approaches to the Evolution of Human Communicative Abilities

Mateusz Włodarczyk

Download PDF | Pages 360–398

Research Article | Special Issue

Common Ground, Conversational Roles and Epistemic Injustice

Felix Bräuer

Download PDF | Pages 399–419

Research Article | Special Issue

Conclusions of Practical Argument: A Speech Act Analysis

Marcin Lewiński

Download PDF | Pages 420–457

Research Article

Do Kuhn’s Cases of the Theory-Change from Newtonian to Einsteinian Physics Support His Incommensurability Thesis?

Kyoung-Eun Yang

Download PDF | Pages 458–483

Research Article

Some Further Remarks on Hybrid View of Fictional Characters

Miloš Kosterec

Download PDF | Pages 484–491

Book Review

[rev. on] Sanford Shieh: Necessity Lost: Modality and Logic in Early Analytic Philosophy, Vol. 1

Jaroslav Peregrin

Download PDF | Pages 492–495


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