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Readership: Scholars and advanced students of semantics, pragmatics, syntax, and their interfaces; philosophers of language and logicians; computer scientists
interested in natural language analysis and applications.
Christopher Potts, University of Massachusetts
"a virtuosic blend of astute descriptive observations and technically sophisticated formulations," - Kent Bach, Journal of Linguistics
"The Logic of Conventional Implicatures, by Christopher Potts, which I consider one of the highlights of 2005, presents an ingenious new theory for describing the semantic interpretation of sentences that are said to contain 'conventional implicatures' (CIs)." - The Year's Work in English Studies
2: A Preliminary Case for Conventional Implicatures
3: A Logic for Conventional Implicatures
5: Expressive Content
6: The Supplement Relation: A Syntactic Analysis
7: A Look Outside Grice's Definition