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In this paper I explore how the evolution of emotional expression and co-operative planning in humans may inform the way they communicate about risks, and what implication this may have for models of rationality in risk communication. In particular, I focus on aspects of human language that enable successful co-ordination around shared tasks that involve the management of uncertainty by a group. I distinguish between performative (action-oriented) and constative (description-oriented) aspectsdoaj:aa5e42d3f3024ec183220f66c79d9652 fatcat:crbqlbfl5nfvxcro2cmuvujel4