Indexicality 1999
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BUTTERDIELD, J. (ed.) The arguments of time, Oxford: The British Academy.

FISCHER, O & NÄNNY, N. (eds.) Form miming meaning: inconity in language and literature, Amsterdam: Benjamins.

GANERI, J. Semantic powers —meaning and the means of knowing in classical Indian philosophy, Oxford: Oxford Philosophical Monographs.

GLENBERG, A. M. & ROBERTSON, D. A. «Indexical understanding of instructions», Discourse processes 28: 1-26.

KAPITAN, T. «Quasi-indexical attitudes», Sorites 11: 24-40.

LANZA, E. «Indexicality and language socialization in bilingual first language acquisition», in Z. Lengyel & J. Navracsics, Applied linguistic studies in central Europe, vol. III, Dept. of Applied Linguistics, University of Veszprém, Hungary.

LEBAS, F. L’indexicalité du sens et l’opposition ‘en intenstion’ / ‘en extension’, thèse de Doctorat, Université Paris VIII.

PERRY, J. Problèmes d'indexicalité, traduit de l’anglais par J. Dokic et F. Preisig, Stanford : Editions CSLI.

MATTHEWSON, L. «On the interpretation of wide-scope indefinites», NALS 7.1 : 79-134.

SCHLENKER, P. Propositional attitudes and indexicality : a cross-categorial approach, MIT Ph.D. dissertation.

STAINAKER, R. C. Context and Content : essays on intentionality in speech and thought, Oxford: University Press.

WHITE, J. «On Semiotic Interplay. Forms of creative interaction between iconicity and indexicality in twentieth-century literature», in O. Fischer & M. Nänny (eds.), Form miming meaning ...

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