(with Rebecca Kukla and Mark Lance) Appendix to Rebecca Kukla and Mark Lance 'Yo!' and 'Lo!': the pragmatic topography of the space of reasons, Harvard University Press, 2009.

The appendix to Kukla and Lance’s book is the preliminary development of a score-keeping semantics that begins with the broader field of vision opened up when we eschew the declarative fallacy and make use of abstract versions of the pragmatic distinctions developed in the body of the book.

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