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THE THEORY OF OBJECTS
SENSE AND REFERENCE
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according analysis argument assertion assumption author of Waverley chapter constituent names customary sense definite description degree of obliqueness denoting deny descriptive phrase entails entity example exist existential extensionality failure of substitutivity first-degree oblique follows France is wise Frege George IV wanted George IV wished identical in c-sense identical with Scott impure reference incomplete symbols individual both wrote Jones king of France know whether Scott Linsky argued logically equivalent Ludwig Wittgenstein meaning Meinong morning star non-being non-extensional object oblique context oblique reference oblique sense occur Pegasus person philosophical premise present king Principia principle of substitutivity problem proof proper name propositional attitude pure reference puzzle Quine referentially opaque replace round square Russell's theory salva veritate Santa Claus seems semantics sense and reference singular terms Sn(t Strawson subject term Suppose Theorem Theory of Descriptions thing true or false true statement truth-value truth-valueless wanted to know wished to know words wrote Waverley