Of or pertaining to perlocution.

Threats and offers have many perlocutionary effects, not all of which determine their effect on freedom.

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  • perlocutionary — perlocution, n. /perr leuh kyooh sheuh ner ee/, adj. Philos., Ling. (of a speech act) producing an effect upon the listener, as in persuading, frightening, amusing, or causing the listener to act. Cf. illocutionary, locutionary. [1950 55; PER +… …   Universalium

  • perlocutionary — per·locutionary …   English syllables

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  • Perlocutionary act — A perlocutionary act (or perlocutionary effect) is a speech act, as viewed at the level of its psychological consequences , such as persuading, convincing, scaring, enlightening, inspiring, or otherwise getting someone to do or realize something …   Wikipedia

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  • ПЕРЛОКУТИОНАРНОЕ ДЕЙСТВИЕ — (perlocutionary act) см. Речевое действие …   Большой толковый социологический словарь

  • Speech act — For the US Act, see SPEECH Act of 2010. Speech Act is a technical term in linguistics and the philosophy of language. The contemporary use of the term goes back to John L. Austin s doctrine of locutionary, illocutionary, and perlocutionary acts.… …   Wikipedia

  • Locutionary act — In Linguistics and the Philosophy of mind, a locutionary act is the performance of an utterance, and hence of a speech act. The term equally refers to the surface meaning of an utterance because, according to Austin s posthumous How To Do Things… …   Wikipedia

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  • Universal pragmatics — Universal pragmatics, more recently placed under the heading of formal pragmatics, is the philosophical study of the necessary conditions for reaching an understanding through communication. The philosopher Jürgen Habermas coined the term in his… …   Wikipedia

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