|STRAWSON ON TRUTH, MEANING AND UNDERSTANDING|
|Written by MADALINA NICOLOF|
ABSTRACT. Strawson notes that the meanings of the sentences of a language are largely determined by the semantic and syntactic rules or conventions of that language. The meaning of a sentence is a syntactic function of the meanings of its parts and their arrangement. Strawson tries to explain the foundation of the basic combination of predication on which our logic rests.
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