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Haddock A (2014) On Address, Philosophical Topics, 42 (1), pp. 345-350.
When someone thanks someone for something, or advises him against something, or refuses something from him, his action is directed not merely at but to the other. He addresses the other. But is it only actions that exemplify this mode of directedness? This essay argues that it is not.
Address; second person; first person; the body
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Philosophical Topics: Volume 42, Issue 1