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manifest

1. Psychoanal of or relating to the ostensible elements of a dream
2. a customs document containing particulars of a ship, its cargo, and its destination
3. 
a. a list of cargo, passengers, etc., on an aeroplane
b. a list of railway trucks or their cargo
c. Chiefly US and Canadian a fast freight train carrying perishables

manifest

A document specifying in detail the passengers or load carried for a specific destination. The two forms of manifest are a passenger manifest and a load manifest.
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The way they work out the implications of relevance theory--stressing inference (rather than decoding), the cognitive environments of speakers and listeners, manifestness, and ostension--is masterful.
As Fletcher states in relation to 'manifest criminality', 'manifestness' is not merely a rule of evidence, but rather an 'independent substantive requirement'.
Flowing from the arguments of Cappelen and Lepore, Relevance Theory's notion of manifestness cannot possibly rule out all sorts of content as being manifest in some context or other.
Their topics include contextualisms and propositionalisms, bearers of truth and the unsaid, towards a radically pragmatic theory of the if conditionals, mutual manifestness and the pragmatic marker ne in Mandarin Chinese, the use theory of meaning and the rules of language games, and a game theory approach to the distinction between said and implicated.
Thus, Sperber and Wilson (1986) substituted the notion of mutual knowledge for a "weaker" but empirically more suitable notion: "mutual manifestness." Shared context (Salembier & Zouinar, 2000) can be considered as a subset of the mutual cognitive environment.
For the Greeks, "[t]he divinity of the laws signifies the permanence of their manifestness ...