John Searle's philosophy of language : force, meaning, and mind

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Full title: John Searle's philosophy of language : force, meaning, and mind / edited by Savas L. Tsohatzidis.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Savas L. Tsohatzidis
  • What is language : some preliminary remarks / John R. Searle
  • From mind to meaning
  • Content, mode, and self-reference / François Recanati
  • Searle against the world : how can experiences find their objects? / Kent Bach
  • Seeing what is there / Robin Jeshion
  • Intentionalism, descriptivism, and proper names / Wayne A. Davis
  • On the alleged priority of thought over language / Christopher Gauker
  • Rule skepticism : Searle's criticism of Kripke's Wittgenstein / Martin Kusch
  • From meaning to force
  • How to say things with words / Kepa Korta and John Perry
  • Semantics without the distinction between sense and force / Stephen J. Barker
  • Dynamic discourse semantics for embedded speech acts / Nicholas Asher
  • Yes-no questions and the myth of content invariance / Savas L. Tsohatzidis
  • How do speech acts express psychological states? / Mitchell Green.