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Abstract § 1. In my view meaning tends to be given too important a role in the explanation of the communicative function of language. There is a tendency to reason like this: If a given linguistic element contributes to the communicative function of an utterance this element must eo ipso have...
Abstract Resumé. Though suppositio materials in itself is rather an uninteresting phenomenon, it has been the subject of discussion for centuries. The reason is, of course, that forms in suppositio materialis are difficult to fit into an accepted theory of language: their peculiar kind of...
Abstract Resumé. It is an important fact about proper names that when they are used to refer to extra-linguistic objects, they are not just nouns. They are NPs, that is to say, grammatical constructions. This fact has not been recognized by philosophers and philosophically oriented linguists,...
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