Speech Acts, Mind, and Social Reality: Discussions with John R. Searle / Edition 1

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Overview

The contributions in this volume result from discussions on and with John R. Searle, containing Searle's own latest views - including his seminal ideas on Rationality in Action. The collection provides a good basis for advanced seminar debates in philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and social philosophy, and will also stimulate some further research on all of the three main topics.
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"a valuable resource for those interested in all three of the main areas of Searle's philosophical inquiry."
(Savas L. Tsohatzidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Pragmatics & Cognition, 12.1)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402008535
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 9/30/2002
  • Series: Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy Series , #79
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 327
  • Product dimensions: 0.88 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction. Speech Acts, Mind, and Social Reality; J.R. Searle. Interview with John R. Searle; R. Stoecker. Speech Acts. How Performatives Don't Work; G. Grewendorf. Are Performative Utterances Declarations? R.M. Harnish. Expressibility, Explicability, and Taxonomy. Some Remarks on the Principle of Expressibility; F. Kannetzky. Expressing an Intentional State; A. Kemmerling. On the Proper Treatment of Performatives; A. Martinich. Why Do We Mean Something Rather Than Nothing? C. Plunze. What Is an Illocutionary Point? M. Siebel. Searle on Meaning and Action; D. Vanderveken. Mind. Understanding Utterances and Other Actions; T. Bartelborth, O. Scholz. Intrinsic Intentionality; W. Lenzen. Causal Reduction, Ontological Reduction, and First-Person Ontology. Notes on Searle's Views about Consciousness; M. Nida-Rümelin. The Hidden Algebra of the Mind from a Linguistic Perspective; T. Roeper. Identification and Misidentification; A. Stroll. Social Reality. Searle on Social Reality: Process Is Prior to Product; S.B. Barnes. On Searle's Collective Intentionality. Some Notes; G. Meggle. Searle's Theory of Institutional Facts: A Program of Critical Revision; J. Moural. True Reality and Real Truth; D. Sosa. Searle, Collective Intentionality, and Social Institutions; R. Tuomela. New Perspectives. The Classical Model of Rationality and Its Weaknesses; J.R. Searle. Contributors.
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