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THE CONCEPT OF SEMANTICS AND PREREQUISITES
THE SEMANTICS OF LOGICAL CONCEPTS
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abstract applied assigned assume basic basis C.I. Lewis Carnap characterised components concept of synonymity connection context corresponds criteria criterion of sense decision decision problem defined definition described differentiation dispositional predicate distinguishing elements empirical predicates empiricism empiricist entities evaluation example expressions of language extension and intension extensional formalised language formulated Frege given language identity intensional interpretation kind L-equivalent language expressions language user logical semantics meaning postulates measure metalanguage method naive realism name relation natural language nominalist non-logical object language observation sentences observer channel ontic operate ostensive definition particular point of view possible pragmatic Prague preference principle priori procedure properties question Quine reduction relativised relevant respect Russell Russell's schema scientific semantic analysis semantic concepts sense and denotation solution starting point statement syntactic tasks theoretical concepts theory of descriptions tion translation treated truth value vagueness verifiability criterion Vienna Circle viewpoint