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|Description:||viii, 189 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The logical study of language --
Truth, interpretation, and meaning --
Meaning, modality, and possible worlds semantics --
Rigid designation, direct reference, and indexicality --
The metaphysics of meaning : propositions and possible worlds --
Apriority, aposteriority, and actuality --
The limits of meaning.
|Series Title:||Princeton foundations of contemporary philosophy.|
"[Philosophy of Language] covers an impressive number of controversies in philosophy of language. And it does that in a nontechnical way that is likely to prove attractive to many instructors in the