ABSTRACT. Frege says that it may be granted that every grammaticality well-formed expression figuring as a proper name always has a sense. Leech states that language consists of grammar and pragmatics: grammar is an abstract formal system for producing and interpreting messages. Searle argues that there is a conception of reality, and of the relationships between reality on the one hand and thought and language on the other, that is so fundamental that to some extent it defines that tradition.


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