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Monographs in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Language

Edited By Simon Belasco

This series will publish original work in theoretical and applied linguistics—both diachronic and synchronic—covering topics in the fields of phonology, morphology, lexis, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. It will include philosophical studies in contemporary epistemology, belief and mental representation, rule following, realism, anti-realism, thought and intention, truth, and reference. The volumes will provide a forum for research and discussion of the many related developments between the disciplines of linguistics and philosophy, featuring their respective contributions to the understanding of natural language.