|LINGUISTIC MEANING, NAMING, AND IDENTITY|
|Written by MADALINA NICOLOF|
|ABSTRACT. Pilatova finds it objectionable to employ controversial metaphysical assumptions in the context of a study of the semantics of natural language. According to Tschaepe, Merleau-Ponty introduces with his theory of language an analysis of how meaning is achieved in the world through the individual’s interaction within the world. Marantz remarks that there is a gulf between mainstream linguistics within the generative linguistic tradition and most of those engaged in experimental cognitive neuroscience research. Fine states that one should distinguish between two senses of truth for a proposition, the inner and the outer. (pp. 89–93)|
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