Idiolects and language
The present paper is intended to analyse from a theoretical point of view the relationships between natural language and idiolects in the context of communication by means of the Davidson–Dummett controversy on the nature of language. I will explore from a pragmatic point of view the reliability of an alternative position inspired by the recent literalism/contextualism debate in philosophy of language in order to overcome some limitations of Dummett's and Davidson's perspectives on language, idiolects and communication.
Chiffi, D. (2012). Idiolects and language. Axiomathes 22 (4), pp. 417-432.
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