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Speech acts are a staple of everyday communicative life, but only became a topic of sustained investigation, at least in the English-speaking world, in the middle of the Twentieth Century. Since that time “speech act theory” has been influential not only within philosophy, but also in linguistics, psychology, legal theory, artificial intelligence, literary theory and many other scholarly disciplines. Recognition of the importance of speech acts has illuminated the ability of language to do other things than describe reality. In the process the boundaries among the philosophy of language, the philosophy of action, the philosophy of mind and even ethics have become less sharp
1. Levels of speech acts
1.1 Locutionary, Illocutionary, and Perlocutionary acts
1.2 Direct, indirect and nonliteral speech acts
1.2.1 John Searle's theory of "indirect speech acts"
2. Force, Norms, and Conversation
2.1 Speech Acts and Conversation Analysis
2.2 Speech Acts and Scorekeeping
3. Force-Indicators and the Logically Perfect Language
4. Do Speech Acts Have a Logic?