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The Method of Extension and Intension
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according analogous antinomy apply atomic sentences Author Of Waverley basis cardinal number class expressions class Human contains contexts corresponding customary defined descriptum discussed distinction earlier entities Equinumerous equivalent example explicatum extension and intension fact factual Featherless Biped formulation Frege's method full sentence functors given hence holds identity sentence indi individual concept individual constants individual expressions intensional isomorphism interpretation kind L-designates L-determinacy L-determinate intension L-equivalent L-false L-true L-truth language system likewise logicians matrix meaning metalanguage method of extension modal logic modal sentences name-relation neutral nominata nominatum nonextensional object language occur ordinary phrases predicators of degree principle of interchangeability property Human proposition Quine Quine's refer regarded result round squares rules of designation rules of ranges Russell Scott is human seems semantical analysis semantical rules sense sions standard expression state-description statement tence terms of intensions tion translation true truth truth-value universal quantifier values vidual Walter Scott