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Emanuel Viebahn
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The lying-misleading distinction: A commitment-based approach
E Viebahn
The Journal of Philosophy 118 (6), 289-319, 2021
532021
How many meanings for ‘may’? The case for modal polysemy
B Vetter, E Viebahn
Philosophers' Imprint 16 (10), 1–26, 2016
53*2016
Lying with Presuppositions
E Viebahn
Nous 54 (3), 731–751, 2020
512020
Non-literal lies
E Viebahn
Erkenntnis 82, 1367-1380, 2017
472017
Ambiguity and zeugma
E Viebahn
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 99 (4), 749-762, 2018
312018
Can a question be a lie? An empirical investigation
E Viebahn, A Wiegmann, N Engelmann, P Willemsen
Ergo 8 (7), 175–217, 2021
242021
To lie or to mislead?
F Timmermann, E Viebahn
Philosophical Studies 178 (5), 1481-1501, 2021
222021
Lying with pictures
E Viebahn
The British Journal of Aesthetics 59 (3), 243-257, 2019
212019
Counting stages
E Viebahn
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 91 (2), 311-324, 2013
132013
Copredication, polysemy and context-sensitivity
E Viebahn
Inquiry 65 (8), 1066-1082, 2022
122022
Ways of using words: On semantic intentions
E Viebahn
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 100 (1), 93-117, 2020
122020
Presentism, eternalism and where things are located
E Viebahn
Synthese 197 (7), 2963-2974, 2020
52020
True lies and Moorean redundancy
A Wiegmann, E Viebahn
Synthese 199 (5), 13053-13066, 2021
42021
Against context-sensitivity tests
E Viebahn
Grazer Philosophische Studien 88 (1), 2013
42013
Lying, Misleading, and Fairness
E Viebahn
Ethics 132 (3), 736-751, 2022
32022
Semantic Pluralism
E Viebahn
32019
An empirical perspective on pictorial lies
E Viebahn, A Wiegmann
OSF Preprints, 2023
22023
Truth and directness in pictorial assertion
L Lewerentz, E Viebahn
Linguistics and Philosophy 46 (6), 1441-1465, 2023
12023
AI Assertion
P Butlin, E Viebahn
OSF, 2023
12023
The impact of hedging on perceived speaker commitment and judgments of lying
LM Reins, A Wiegmann, E Viebahn
OSF, 2021
2021
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