3 edition of New Essays in the Philosophy of Language of Mind (Canadian Journal of Philosophy-Supplementary Volume) found in the catalog.
New Essays in the Philosophy of Language of Mind (Canadian Journal of Philosophy-Supplementary Volume)
April 30, 2005 by University of Calgary Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||397|
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This volume contains fourteen essays discussing recent issues in the philosophy of language and the philosophy of mind. The collection is arranged into three sections: one on language, one on the intersection of language and mind, and a final section on mind.
The topics include the context-sensitivity of semantics, anaphora, proper names, the nature of understanding, folk psychology and the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: A tall tale: in defense of semantic minimalism and speech act pluralism / Herman Cappelen & Ernest Lepore Binding into character / Joshua Dever --What is a change?/ Guillermo Hurtado --Context dependent quantifiers and donkey anaphora / Jeffrey C. King --Proper names: ideas and chains.
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