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Pagination: It's what you say, not how long it takes to say it [article]

Joshua Hailpern, Niranjan Damera Venkata, Marina Danilevsky
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Results from a second study suggest that humans are not able to agree on a single "best" break point.  ...  In this work, we present a new approach to calculating a document minimal break point for the task of pagination.  ...  how to format it for aesthetic presentation.  ... 
arXiv:1404.3233v1 fatcat:qg35zvhfaje5vacewxvw2ubp3q

De Se Communication [chapter]

Peter Pagin
2016 About Oneself  
What remains to answer is the question: How does it work?  ...  So, assuming that P2 speaks the It would not be of great help for P2 to say (17) I am the second element, you are the first.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198713265.003.0011 fatcat:5gvhzlwlljbhzdvjvd2mx5wlze

Is assertion social?

Peter Pagin
2004 Journal of Pragmatics  
That is how the test is supposed to work.  ...  who has done it to whom. 9 In order to understand an order, you must know not only what has been ordered, but also who has been ordered to do it, and perhaps by whom.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2003.10.004 fatcat:6txrgalaxjbv5hz3k2gmceu6vq

Meaning Theory and Autistic Speakers

Kathrin Gluer, Peter Pagin
2003 Mind & Language  
Some persons with autism have linguistic abilities that qualify them as speakers, but manifest a severely impaired capacity to understand what it is to have beliefs.  ...  Some theories of linguistic meaning, such as those of Paul Grice and David Lewis, make appeal to higher order thoughts: thoughts about thoughts.  ...  When you have it, you also have some understanding of how simple communicative devices work.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-0017.00213 fatcat:p3hh2exapnewthiekk3blh5bfu

Proper Names and Relational Modality

Kathrin Gluer, Peter Pagin
2006 Linguistics and Philosophy  
That account turns out to be fully equivalent with the rigidity account when it comes to truth of modal and non-modal sentence (with respect to the actual world), and hence supports the same basic intuitions  ...  The same does not in general hold for definite descriptions.  ...  It does not seem to us that speakers of English ever use names in connection with temporal expressions in this second way (they use descriptions), but it's not very difficult to imagine what they would  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10988-006-9001-7 fatcat:vm5lwty24rd2be5lfhpxrqsqta

Pragmatic enrichment as coherence raising

Peter Pagin
2013 Philosophical Studies  
That the referent of 'she' used the key handed to her by the referent of 'he' is not semantically represented in (1a), but is "read into" it, i.e. pragmatically added during interpretation.  ...  Their remarks led to improvements not only of the presentation and the discussion, but also of the theory itself.  ...  ET does not say how, for it does not model the formation of candidates.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11098-013-0221-8 fatcat:lr6ygluvznhzxoz6fixoq6dzo4

Tolerance and higher-order vagueness

Peter Pagin
2015 Synthese  
What sense can be made of it within a conception of vagueness that focuses on tolerance instead? A proposal is offered here.  ...  It involves understanding 'definitely' not as a sentence operator but as a predicate modifier, and more precisely as an intensifier, that is, an operator that shifts the predicate extension along a scale  ...  I don't find it intuitively clear how to understand D as a sentence operator that can take any sentence as argument.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-015-0798-x fatcat:67zog4qdsffu7cithoulyanwky

Indeterminacy and the analytic/synthetic distinctions: a survey

Peter Pagin
2007 Synthese  
This is an author produced version of a paper published in [Synthese] This paper has been peer-reviewed but does not include the final publisher proofcorrections or journal pagination.  ...  Citation for the published paper: [Peter Pagin] [Indeterminacy and the analytic/synthetic distinctions: a survey] [Synthese, 2008, Vol. 164, pp 1-18] [ISSN: 0039-7857] [URL:  ...  As long as it is not specified what makes for immunity, the answer is negative. 27 ¬(MRA)⇒(IT)? No. Suppose we have a certain revision R of our attitudes to sentences of our language L.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-007-9213-6 fatcat:enqsubsogbbulga4tcpovodxfq

Constructing the World and Locating Oneself

Peter Pagin
2017 Review of Philosophy and Psychology  
Analytic philosophy moved from the former to the latter, from problems of world-construction to problems of self-locating beliefs.  ...  According to one, the internal world is taken as given and the external world as problematic, and according to the other, the external world is taken as given and the internal world as problematic.  ...  The paper has improved thanks to comments from anonymous referees, and as always I have benefitted much from discussing with Kathrin Glüer-Pagin.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13164-017-0357-0 pmid:29104708 pmcid:PMC5660126 fatcat:b5atesgqjveu3f62u7fmw2euou

Page 210 of Manchester Quarterly, a Journal of Literature and Art Vol. 3, Issue 3 [page]

1884 Manchester Quarterly, a Journal of Literature and Art  
It’s best thing as I’ve heard this long time.” I were well content to see him take it i’ that gate, thou known.  ...  He says, afther he’d ast her how hoo were: ‘‘ Well, Betty, my woman, and has Mr. Pardoe been to see you latterly?” —he were’t curit, were Pardoe. ‘* Ay,” says my hant, “he has so.  ... 

Constitutive Rules: Games, Language, and Assertion

Indrek Reiland
2018 Philosophy and Phenomenological Research  
It's quite hard to say exactly what acceptance in a community or even by a person amounts to (see Hart 1961 : Ch. 5, Pagin 1987 .  ...  Plausibly, it's a form of knowledge how to act in accordance with the rule where this requires at the minimum some sensitivity to what counts as acting in accordance with it and what doesn't.  ... 
doi:10.1111/phpr.12525 fatcat:4j57wmlxmjaszl5hnqpwxhtczi

What Is Assertion*? [chapter]

John MacFarlane
2011 Assertion  
My question, then is this: what features of an act qualify it as an assertion, and not one of these other kinds of act?  ...  What makes it the case that one is doing one of these and not another? In pursuing this question, I will assume a distinction between the force and content of a speech act.  ...  Acknowledging this does not destroy the motivation for the force/content distinction.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199573004.003.0004 fatcat:gt4flmpf2zcvneqhatlrlsoof4

Clark Kent vs. Superman: Unmasking the Actual Superheroes of Haute Couture [article]

Dean Liggett
2019 Figshare  
Its... imagine you have five very important suppliers all working on the same dress and you say it's Dior/Chanel with atelier... it would be like a wedding list.  ...  Mr Barrère when asked about how credit is distributed admits: 'It's difficult to respond to that really! It's touchy!' (Barrère 2017: no pagination).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9943322.v1 fatcat:2bbecchbwneelempjyb6zu77wa

Archives And Copyright: Developing An Agenda For Reform

Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo
2014 Zenodo  
It was organised by Ronan Deazley and Victoria Stobo in collaboration with the Wellcome Library, and represents the culmination of an RCUK-funded research project concerned with the manner in which the  ...  This document is the authoritative, paginated and citable version of the Symposium proceedings (available for download at:  ...  It took time but it didn't take as long as it might have done.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.8423 fatcat:akchzpvs7rbqfkva6xulvkux34

A posteriori necessities in one dimension

Eric Johannesson
2019 Linguistics and Philosophy  
Nevertheless, they both seem to be necessary. Ever since Davies and Humberstone (Philos Stud 38(1):1-31, 1980), it has been known that two-dimensional semantics can account for this fact.  ...  In this paper, I will look at two alternatives, one by Scott Soames and one by Kathrin Glüer-Pagin and Peter Pagin, and argue that both of them fail.  ...  give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10988-019-09291-6 fatcat:p4ildlfyzbb6xfimlknb4redcm
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