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Representatives
represent a state of affairs
Commissives
commit a speak to a course of action: promises, pledges, threats, vows
Declarations
bring about the state of affairs they name: blessings, hirings, baptisms
Expressives
psychological state or attitude
verdictive
assessments or judgments: ranking, appraising
directives
commands, requests, challenges, invitations, entreaties, dares
Appropriateness conditions
propositional content
preparatory condition
sincerity condition
essential condition
Propositional content
requires that the word of the sentence be conventionally associated with the intended speech act and convery the content of the act
Preparatory condition
requires that a conventionally recognized context in which the speech act is embedded
Sincerity condition
:-)
essential condition
requires that all involved parties intend the result
Cooperative principles
Maxim of Quantity
Maxim of Relevance
Maxim of Manner
Maxim of Quality