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Four requirements on theories of meaning
compositionality versus linguistic holism
manifestability and the thesis that meaning
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accepted according actual understanding argumental conception argumental theory argumentation rules concerning asserted sentence assertoric force assumption behaviour centred on immediate chapter classical logic completely manifestable conception of meaning conception of truth conceptual role semantics conclusion constitutive correct argument Dag Prawitz described Dummett epistemic conception epistemological holism example explanation expression finite global argumental role Harman he/she ideal epistemic situation idiolect immediate argumental role immediate argumentation steps immediately-touches inference intuitionistic logic language fragment presupposed language L,A language of thought linguistic acts linguistic community linguistic holism logical constants meaning centred misunderstanding non-linguistic evidence notion of correctness notion of truth order to understand particular Peirce's law practical ability Prawitz principle Putnam Quine relation of presupposition relatively to L,A requirement of compositionality requirement of manifestability Sellars speaker's understanding Stockholm Stockholm Studies theory of meaning theory of truth theory of understanding truth-claim utterance verificationist verificationist theory whole language Wittgenstein