Basic Topics in the Philosophy of Language

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Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994 - Language and languages - 633 pages
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This collection of articles introduces students to the basic topics in the philosophy of language: meaning, reference, truth and opacity. Each selection is accompanied by study questions and extensive guides to further reading, and readings are designed to be central and non-technical.

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Contents

Meaning
21
Intention and Convention in Speech Acts
40
Logic and Conversation
57
Copyright

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