Self-Plagiarism Disclaimer

I hope you have thought: “Wow, that Stainton sure can pump out deep insights in bracing, accessible language at tremendous speed!” But what you should have thought is: “Wow, that Stainton can excerpt sections from his forthcoming papers and adapt them to blog posts at tremendous speed”.

As a general warning (and I hope this is acceptable blog practice): I plan to do some creative cutting and pasting from papers I am writing — especially from those of a more pedagogical nature — for this blog.

The last string of posts, e.g., all derive from a soon-to-be-published article for Oxford Handbooks Online called “Philosophy and Linguistics“. You can find the whole pre-publication version here:


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