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Meaning and Representation

Emma Borg (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-23577-4
128 pages
June 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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This prestigious collection of papers discusses the relationship between meaning and representation.

  • Illustrates the differences that exist on the question of how formal representations relate to semantic representations.
  • Includes contributions by Tim Crane, Jerry Fodor, Paul Horwich, John Hyman, Ernie Lepore, Gregory McCulloch and Mark Sainsbury.
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    Introduction: Emma Borg.

    -ings and -ers: John Hyman.

    Let the Vat-Brains Speak for Themselves: Gregory McCulloch.

    Intentional Objects: Tim Crane.

    Why Compositionality Won't Go Away: Reflections on Horwich's 'Deflationary' Theory: Jerry Fodor and Ernie Lepore.

    Deflating Compositionality: Paul Horwich.

    Two Ways to Smoke a Cigarette: R. M. Sainsbury

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    • Discusses the relationship between meaning and representation.
    • Illustrates the differences that exist on the question of how formal representations relate to semantic representations.

    • Includes contributions by Tim Crane, Jerry Fodor, Paul Horwich, John Hyman, Ernie Lepore, Gregory McCulloch and Mark Sainsbury.
    See More

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