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I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

If you Google [relevance theory], you’ll discover this Wikipedia entry about a theory proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson arguing that, in any given communication situation, the listener will stop processing as soon as he or she has found meaning that fits his or her expectation of relevance. The Wikipedia entry offers the following example of […] → Read More: I’d Like To Have An Argument Please

Job offer in BBfor2

PostDoc (2 years) position available at the Radboud University Nijmegen

*Job description*

The FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network “BBfor2″ (Bayesian Biometrics
for Forensics) provides an opportunity for young researchers to study
several biometric technologies in a forensic context. The Network consists
of 9 European research institutes and 3 associated partners. The Network
will provide regular workshops and Summer → Read More: Job offer in BBfor2