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Book Section

Pinder, Mark (2016). Folk Semantic Intuitions, Arguments from Reference and Eliminative Materialism. In: Hinton, Martin ed. Evidence, Experiment and Argument in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Language. Studies in Philosophy of Language and Linguistics. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. 43–64. file

Pinder, Mark (2014). Borg’s Minimalism and the Problem of Paradox. In: Stalmaszczyk, Piotr ed. Semantics and Beyond. Berlin: DeGruyter, pp. 207–230. file

Journal Item

Pinder, Mark (2018). How to find an attractive solution to the liar paradox. Philosophical Studies, 175(7) pp. 1661–1680. file

Pinder, Mark (2018). On Strawson’s critique of explication as a method in philosophy. Synthese (Early Access). file

Pinder, Mark (2018). The Austerity Framework and Semantic Normativity. Inquiry (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Pinder, Mark (2017). The Explication Defence of Arguments from Reference. Erkenntnis, 82(6) pp. 1253–1276. file

Pinder, Mark (2017). Does Experimental Philosophy Have a Role to Play in Carnapian Explication? Ratio, 30(4) pp. 443–461. file

Pinder, Mark (2017). A Normative Argument Against Explosion. Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, 6(1) pp. 61–70. file

Pinder, Mark (2016). [Book Review] Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Language, edited by Haukioja Jussi. The Philosophical Quarterly, 66(265) pp. 879–882. file

Pinder, Mark (2015). A Revenge Problem Without the Concept of Truth. Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, 4(3) pp. 151–161. file

Pinder, Mark (2015). The cognitivist account of meaning and the liar paradox. Philosophical Studies, 172(5) pp. 1221–1242. file

Pinder, Mark (2014). Attitude Ascriptions and Acceptable Translations. Analysis, 74(3) pp. 530–540. file

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