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Books

Sperber, Dan (1973) Le structuralisme en anthropologie. (Paris: Le Seuil Collection “Points”)
– First published: in O. Ducrot et al. Qu’est-ce que le structuralisme? (Paris, Le Seuil, 1968).
– Translated into Brasilian, German, Japanese, Spanish.

Sperber, Dan (1974) Le symbolisme en général. ( Paris : Hermann).
– English translation: Rethinking symbolism (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1975). Full text available here
– Also translated into Brasilian, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish.

Sperber, Dan (1982) Le savoir des anthropologues (Paris: Hermann).
– English version: On anthropological knowledge (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985).
– Also translated into German, Italian, Japanese.

Sperber, Dan & Deirdre Wilson (1986) Relevance: Communication and cognition. ( Oxford : Blackwell; Cambridge , Mass. : Harvard U. P.).
– French translation: La pertinence: communication et cognition. (Paris: Editions de Minuit, 1989).
Second Edition, revised, with a new Postface (Oxford: Blaxkwell, 1995)
– Also translated into Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Spanish.

Sperber, Dan (1996) Explaining culture: A naturalistic approach. (Oxford: Blackwell).
– French version: La contagion des idées (Paris, Odile Jacob, 1996)
– Also translated into Spanish, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese.

Droit, Roger-Pol & Dan Sperber (1999) (Debat) Des Idées qui viennent (Paris: Odile Jacob)

Deirdre Wilson & Dan Sperber (2012) Relevance and Meaning (Cambridge: Cambridge U.P.)

 

Books edited:

– Dan Sperber, David Premack & Ann James Premack (eds.) (1995) Causal cognition: A multidisciplinary debate. (Oxford : Oxford University Press)

– Sperber, Dan (ed.) (2000) Metarepresentations: A mutidisciplinary perspective. ( Oxford : Oxford University Press)

– Ira Noveck & Dan Sperber (eds.) (2004) Experimental Pragmatics. London : Palgrave