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The Philosophy of language

Author: Aloysius MartinichH P GriceDonald DavidsonJohn R SearleHilary PutnamAll authors
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Philosophy of language.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1990
(OCoLC)645449080
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aloysius Martinich; H P Grice; Donald Davidson; John R Searle; Hilary Putnam; Noam Chomsky
ISBN: 019506254X 9780195062540 0195035534 9780195035537
OCLC Number: 20057570
Description: xi, 528 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Empiricist criteria of cognitive significance : problems and changes (1950) / Carl G. Hempel --
Two dogmas of empiricism (1951) / W. V. Quine --
Intensional semantics (1951) / Alonzo Church --
The semantic conception of truth and the foundations of semantics (1944) / Alfred Tarski --
Meaning (1957) / H. P. Grice --
Truth and meaning (1967) / Donald Davidson --
Meaning and truth (1969) / P. F. Strawson - - Performative utterances (1961) / J. L. Austin --
What is a speech act? (1965) / John R. Searle --
On saying something (1972) / Zeno Vendler --
Thoughts (1972) / Zeno Vendler --
Logic and conversation (1975) / H. P. Grice --
Indirect speech acts (1975) / John R. Searle --
Pragmatics (1972) / Robert C. Stalnaker. On sense and nominatum (1892) / Gottlob Frege --
On denoting (1905) / Bertrand Russell --
Descriptions (1919) / Bertrand Russell --
On referring (1950) / P. F. Strawson --
Reference and definite descriptions (1966) / Keith Donnellan --
Speaker's reference and semantic reference (1977) / Saul Kripke --
Proper names (1958) / John R. Searle --
Naming and necessity (1972) / Saul Kripke --
The causal theory of names (1973) / Gareth Evans --
Meaning and reference (1973) / Hilary Putnam --
Dthat (1973) / David Kaplan --
Proper names and intentionality (1983) / John R. Searle. Quantifiers and propositional attitudes (1956) / W. V. Quine --
On saying that (1968) / Donald Davidson --
Quantifying in (1968) / David Kaplan --
Semantic innocence and uncompromising situations (1975) / Jon Barwise and John Perry --
Metaphor (1979) / John R. Searle --
What metaphors mean (1978) / Donald Davidson --
Can there be a private language? (1954) / A. J. Ayer --
Wittgenstein on privacy (1965) / John Cook --
On rules and private language (1982) / Saul Kripke --
Languages and language (1975) / David Lewis --
Language and problems of knowledge (1988) / Noam Chomsky.
Responsibility: edited by A.P. Martinich.
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