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Ideas of J.L. Austin, by Text

[British, 1911 - 1960, Born in Lancaster. Professor at Oxford University.]

1950 Truth
3 p.28 True sentences says the appropriate descriptive thing on the appropriate demonstrative occasion
n 24 p.40 Correspondence theorists shouldn't think that a country has just one accurate map
1956 A Plea for Excuses
p.185 p.11 Ordinary language is the beginning of philosophy, but there is much more to it
1962 Sense and Sensibilia
p.125-8 p.71 Austin revealed many meanings for 'vague': rough, ambiguous, general, incomplete... [Williamson]