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    • A performatory analysis of the overt use of the predicate "true" 

      Şenol, Mahmut Burak (Bilkent University, 2013)
      The de ationary theory has been one of the most in uential theories of truth in contemporary philosophy. This theory holds that there is no property of truth at all, and that overt uses of the predicate \true" in our ...
    • Pragmatics in human-computer conversations 

      Saygin, A. P.; Cicekli, I. (Elsevier, 2002)
      This paper provides a pragmatic analysis of some human-computer conversations carried out during the past six years within the context of the Loebner Prize Contest, an annual competition in which computers participate in ...
    • Text and action / lament as performance and pragmatics 

      Terzioğlu Ö. (2006)
      Lament, is the expression of grief and sorrow within the frame of certain oral and performative conventions upon which the society agrees in advance. As it is made manifest by its definition, lament is a form of social ...
    • The truth about “it is true that…” 

      Akman, V.; Senol, M. B. (John Benjamins Publishing Co., 2016)
      Deflationism, one of the influential philosophical doctrines of truth, holds that there is no property of truth, and that overt uses of the predicate "true" are redundant. However, the hypothetical examples used by theorists ...