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Embedded Implicatures

Abstract : Conversational implicatures do not normally fall within the scope of operators because they arise at the speech act level, not at the level of sub-locutionary constituents. Yet in some cases they do, or so it seems. My aim in this paper is to compare different approaches to the problem raised by what I call 'embedded implicatures': seeming implicatures that arise locally, at a sub-locutionary level, without resulting from an inference in the narrow sense.
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François Recanati. Embedded Implicatures. Philosophical Perspectives, Wiley, 2003. ⟨ijn_00000372⟩

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