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Austin, J. L. (John Langshaw), 1911-1960

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Personal name headingAustin, J. L. (John Langshaw), 1911-1960
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Austin, John, 1911-1960
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Birth date1911-03-26
Death date1960-02-08
Place of birthLancaster (England)
Place of deathOxford (England)
Field of activitySpeech acts (Linguistics) Language and languages--Philosophy
Profession or occupationPhilosophers Intelligence officers
Found inIfs and cans, [1957]
How language, ritual and sacraments work ..., 2005: t.p. (John Austin) p. 4 of cover (John Austin (1911-1960))
Rowe, M.W. J. L. Austin : philosopher and D-Day intelligence officer, 2023: t.p. (J. L. Austin)
Wikipedia, viewed September 19, 2023 (J. L. Austin; John Langshaw Austin, OBE, FBA; born March 26, 1911 in Lancaster, England; died February 8, 1960 in Oxford, England; British philosopher of language and leading proponent of ordinary language philosophy, best known for developing the theory of speech acts)