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INTRODUCTION By C K OGDEN
THE THEORY xxxiv
EXPANSIONS AND APPLICATIONS Ixii
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aggregate algebra analysis analytic language appellative applied archetype belonging Bentham body brought to view capable cause character common connexion considered correspondent definition degree denomination Deontology designated discourse distinction distinguished division employed existence expression faculty fictitious entities field Ford Abbey Geometry George Bentham Grammar Ibid idea import individual Indo-European languages instance J. S. Mill Jeremy Bentham language legal fictions less linguistic logical logical synthesis means mind mode of exposition motion names of fictitious names of real nature necessary object obligation occasion operation pain particular perception persons physical pleasure portions of matter possession predication present produced properties proposition psychology purpose quantity question real entities reference regarded relation respect result sense signified sort speak species spoken substance supposed term logic Theory of Fictions things thought tion translation truth Universal Grammar verb verbal VIII whatsoever whole word