The Philosophy of Language (Oxford Readings in Philosophy)

"The Philosophy of Language (Oxford Readings in Philosophy)" by John R. Searle
Oxford University Press, USA | 156 pages | English | 1971 | ISBN: 0198750153 | File type: PDF | 9,3 mb

It is important to distinguish between the philosophy of language and linguistic philosophy. Linguistic philosophy consists in the attempt to solve philosophical problems by analysing the meanings of words, and by analysing logical relations between words in natural languages. The philosophy oflanguage consists in the attempt to analyse certain general features of language such as meaning, reference, truth, verification, speech acts, and logical necessity.

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