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References Borg. E. 2007. Minimalism versus Contextualism in Semantics. In Preyer, G. and Peter, G. (eds.) Context-Sensitivity and Semantic Minimalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 339-359. Cappelen, H. and Lepore, E. 2005. Insensitive Semantics. A Defense of Semantic Minimalism and Speech Act Pluralism. Oxford: Blackwell. Edgington, D. 1995. On Conditionals. Mind 104: 235–329. Edgington, D. 1997. Truth, Objectivity, Counterfactuals and Gibbard. Mind 106: 107-116. Edgington, D. 2003. Conditionals, Truth and Objectivity. http

References Borg, Emma. 2007. Minimalism versus Contextualism in Semantics. In Context-Sensitivity and Semantic Minimalism , ed. by G. Preyer and G. Peter. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 339-359. Borg, Emma. 2009. Minimal Semantics and the Nature of Psychological Evidence. In New Waves in Philosophy of Language , ed. by S. Sawyer. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 24-40. Borg, Emma. 2012. Semantics without Pragmatics. In The Cambridge Handbook of Pragmatics, ed. by K. Allen and K. Jaszczolt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 513-528. Cappelen, Herman and

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, Blackwell), which says that speakers do not have privileged access to what they say. The author summarises Cappelen and Lepore’s view and its criticism put forward by Gross (2006), and proceeds to suggest her own arguments against the claim. She concentrates on two readings of Editorial to RiL 10.3 vii what is said and claims that having accepted Cappelen and Lepore’s broad understanding of what is said, the notion is both trivial and incompatible with other elements of semantic minimalism, viz. its tests for context sensitivity, while with a narrower approach

contextualismo: temos de nos libertar do preconceito literalista e deixar de supor que existe uma coisa que corresponda à «proposição mínima expressa por uma elocução». Récanati identifica ainda as propostas específicas acerca da forma como o contexto contribui para o conteúdo semântico, isto é, versões do contextualismo, defendendo a sua própria. O texto de Herman Cappelen e Ernie Lepore, «A Tall Tale: In Defense of Semantic Minimalism and Speech Act Pluralism», retoma as teses básicas do muito discutido livro recente dos autores, Insensitive Semantics, nomeadamente