For the record, J. Hintikka contributed a piece on the logic of
conversation to Grandy/Warner, "P. G. R. I. C. E.", short for
of Rationality: Categories, Intentions, Ends.
Most say that Hintikka was a genius.
The volume was meant as a
festschrift for P. Grice, but The Clarendon
Press said that they would not
publish anything with "P. Grice" in the
title, as it would decrease sales.
So Grandy and Warner came up with the
acronym. Grice was supposed to answer
individually to each contribution (as Popper
does in his festschrift that
McEvoy often quotes) but changed his mind --
implicating: he didn't. But
the ultimate implicature seems to be that
"Yeah, I like Hintikka's piece!"
(only Grice would rather be seen dead than