紀要論文 Speech-Act Theory

Araki,Naoki

52pp.1 - 5 , 2018-02 , 広島工業大学
ISSN:1346-9975
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA11599110
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J. L. Austin claims that to say something is to do something and divides all utterances into performative utterances (henceforth performatives) and constative utterances (henceforth constatives). Then, he endeavors to establish a criterion for distinguishing performatives and constatives, but he fails to do so. As a result, he abandons the criterion for separating utterances into performatives and constatives, and reaches a conclusion that all utterances are performatives. But his analysis of utterances causes an infinite regress, which means that his logic collapses.
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