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" In logical syntax the meaning of a sign should never play a role. It must be possible to establish logical syntax without mentioning the meaning of a sign : only the description of expressions may be presupposed. 3.331 From this observation we turn to... "
Use and Redesign in IS: Double Helix Relationships? - Page 47
by Hans-Erik Nissen, Peter Bednar, and Christine Welch (Editors) - 2007 - 324 pages
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The Nature of All Being : A Study of Wittgenstein's Modal Atomism: A Study ...

Raymond Bradley Professor of Philosophy Simon Fraser University - Philosophy - 1992 - 272 pages
...Russell is wrong on all three scores. As to (i), Wittgenstein holds, "In logical syntax the reference of a sign should never play a role. It must be possible...to establish logical syntax without mentioning the reference of a sign; only the description of expressions may be presupposed." (3.33). I take it that...
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Carnap and the Vienna Circle: Empiricism and Logical Syntax

Ramon Cirera - Empiricism. - 1994 - 398 pages
...considered to presuppose: In logical syntax the meaning [Bedeutung] of a sign should never play a role. Il must be possible to establish logical syntax without...a sign: only the description of expressions may be presupposed.7 As we shall see later on, Carnap rigorously follows the prescription that the name of...
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Logic and Sin in the Writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philip R. Shields - Philosophy - 1993 - 146 pages
...The main conclusions he draws appear in the remarks where he directly addresses the theory of types: In logical syntax the meaning of a sign should never...establish logical syntax without mentioning the meaning of SL sign: only the description of expressions may be presupposed. From this observation we turn to Russell's...
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Signs of Sense: Reading Wittgenstein’s <i>Tractatus</i>

Eli FRIEDLANDER - Philosophy - 2001 - 227 pages
...the components of meaning, leaving only the syntactical possibilities of the signs. For instance, he writes: "In logical syntax the meaning of a sign should...the description of expressions may be presupposed" (3.33).6 But I read this to mean precisely that everything that contributes to signification must be...
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Tractatus Logico-philosophicus

Ludwig Wittgenstein - Philosophy - 2001 - 106 pages
...of Occam's maxim. (If everything behaves as if a sign had meaning, then it does have meaning.) 3.33 In logical syntax the meaning of a sign should never play a role. Ii must be possible to establish logical syntax without mentioning the meaning of a sign: only the...
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Word and Sentence, Two Perspectives: Bhartrhari and Wittgenstein

Sibajiban Bhattacharyya - Grammar, Comparative and general - 2002 - 185 pages
...syntax and thus there arises no need to mention the semantic relations independently. Wittgenstein writes : In logical syntax the meaning of a sign should...the description of expressions may be presupposed (TLP 3.33). The meaning (bedeutiing) need not be mentioned or said because it is ardeady shown in the...
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Incompleteness: The Proof and Paradox of Kurt Gödel

Rebecca Goldstein - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 296 pages
...their "meanings" are nothing over and above the grammatical rules that stipulate how we use them: 3.33 In logical syntax the meaning of a sign should never...possible to establish logical syntax without mentioning meaning of a sign: only the description of expressions may be presupposed. Interestingly, from this...
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