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This short article takes up the question: How do we derive meaning from others' utterances? Within linguistic pragmatics, a first reply to this question was provided by Grice's account of non-natural meaning and his theory of conversational implicature. However, the question Grice was addressing was slightly different, namely: How do speakers mean? To account for how we derive meaning from others' utterances, we need to look beyond non-natural meaning and beyond implicature. To do this, I firstdoi:10.1016/j.pragma.2021.04.015 fatcat:sm3e6ksrengkhmkbodlxksmeya