Linguistics and Philosophy
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|Jan. 1977 to present|
Linguistics and Philosophy is a peer reviewed journal addressing "structure and meaning in natural language". This journal, along with Studies in Language, is a continuation of the journal Foundations of Language (1965 to 1976).
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