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LANGUAGE, METALANGUAGE AND QUOTATIONS MARKS
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This paper attempts to show the invalidity of the presupposition (put forward in the monograph Language Turned on Itself: The Semantics and Pragmatics of Metalinguistic Discourse) that an adequate elucidation of the function of quotation marks requires a specific theory dedicated to this purpose. It seems that the intriguing phenomena associated with quoting – summarized and analyzed in the aforementioned monograph – may be convincingly explained by means of the well-known relationship between language and metalanguage.
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