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VAGUENESS IN LOGIC 3
THE TERMINOLOGICAL PROBLEM
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action activity application assertion behavior Bertrand Russell called Carnap Chapter characterization concept concern construction cosmos designation designatum Dewey dictionary differentiation discussion disposition distinction employed entities environment epistemological Ernest Nagel event examination existence expression fact factual formulation G. E. Moore havior human indicate interactional interpretant involved John Dewey Journal of Philosophy knowings and knowns knowledge language linguistic locatum logical Logical Atomism logicians mathematical matter Max Wertheimer meaning ment Morris nature object observation ontological organism ostensive ostensive definition Peirce perhaps phase physical physiological postulations practical present problem procedure produced proposition psychology range respect Russell scientific self-actional semantics semiosis semiotic semiotician sentence separate sign-process signal significatum signify specification stage statement status stimulus stress subjectmatter symbol taken terminology Theory of Inquiry things tion transactional transactionally treatment Unified Science vague verbal warranted assertion