Pragmatics & Cognition 20:3
[Pragmatics & Cognition, 20:3] 2012. iii, 185 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
The Neurological FallacyReuven Tsur | pp. 429–446
Sum, quorum, tether: Design principles underlying external representations that promote sustainabilitySanjay Chandrasekharan and Mark Tovey | pp. 447–482
The principle of relevance in the light of cooperation and trust: Discussing Sperber and Wilson’s theoryCristián Santibañez | pp. 483–504
Co-ordination of spatial perspectives in response to addressee feedback: Effects of perceived addressee understandingKavita E. Thomas and Elena Andonova | pp. 505–545
Much more than money: Conceptual integration and the materialization of time in Michael Ende’s Momo and the social sciencesCristóbal Pagán Cánovas and Ursina Teuscher | pp. 546–569
“Who am I?”: Identity, evaluation, and differential equationsLaura Alba-Juez and Félix Alba-Juez | pp. 570–592
Indirect reports as language gamesAlessandro Capone | pp. 593–613
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