William Salmon

Salmon University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada william.salmon@ubc.ca Abstract Th is paper considers the class of meaning that Grice (1975) referred to as conventional implica- ture (CI). Th ere has been a great deal of discussion on this topic since the work of Potts (2005), and much new data

Emma Borg

very useful comments on draft versions of the paper. Th is paper was completed during an AHRC research leave award. A version of this paper is to appear in a Palgrave Macmillan collection, Meaning and Analysis: Th emes from H. Paul Grice , edited by Klaus Petrus. On Th ree Th eories of Implicature

Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen and Francesco Bellucci

1. Editorial Notes This document provides a diplomatic transcription of an unpublished manuscript by Paul Grice on Charles Peirce’s Theory of Signs, deposited in the H. Paul Grice Papers, BANC MSS  90/135, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. The H.P. Grice

Robert Harnish and Merrill Garrett

inspired by the work of Grice, UECs and mechanisms for recovering them not contemplated by linguistic theory of the time, began to surface under a variety of labels. We will collectively refer to these phenomena as ‘impliciture’ (extending Bach: 1994). Impliciture phenomena raise some interest- ing

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relevance accounts of those phenomena. The results in question appear to show that while irony comprehension is correlated with second-order theory of mind, metaphor comprehension is correlated with (only) first-order theory of mind. These putative correlations are claimed to be inconsistent with Grice’s

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George D. Grice

THE EXISTENCE OF A BOTTOM-LIVING CALANOID COPEPOD FAUNA IN DEEP WATER WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FIVE NEW SPECIES 1) BY GEORGE D. GRICE Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION Although the existence of benthic species of calanoid copepods has been

George D. Grice

CANDACIA KETCHUMI, A NEW CALANOID COPEPOD FROM THE NORTH-WESTERN PART OF THE SARGASSO SEA 1) BY GEORGE D. GRICE Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution There are presently several investigations at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution concerned with the biology and chemistry of marine plankton

George D. Grice

THE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF PSEUDODIAPTOMUS CORONATUS WILLIAMS (COPEPODA, CALANOIDA) 1) BY GEORGE D. GRICE Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION Of the approximately 40 species of P.reudodiaptomu.r, a predominantly estuarine and coastal genus of

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THE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF EURYTEMORA AMERICANA WILLIAMS, 1906, AND EURYTEMORA HERDMANI THOMPSON & SCOTT, 1897 (COPEPODA, CALANOIDA) 1) BY GEORGE D. GRICE Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543, U.S.A. The developmental stages of three species of Elirytemora have