Meaning and Use

Papers Presented at the Second Jerusalem Philosophical Encounter April 1976

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3263-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-4104-4 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XII

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    Pages 1-8

    Use and Its Place in Meaning

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    Pages 9-20

    Moods and Performances

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    Pages 21-22

    Comments

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    Pages 23-30

    Awareness of Objects

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    Pages 31-35

    Comments

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    Pages 37-55

    What is a Theory of Use?

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    Pages 57-92

    Conditionals, Generic Quantifiers, and Other Applications of Subgames

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    Pages 93-115

    Circumstance Sentences

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    Pages 116-122

    Comments: Is There Anything Non-Circumstantial?

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    Pages 123-135

    What Does the Appeal to Use Do for the Theory of Meaning?

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    Pages 136-140

    Comments

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    Pages 141-152

    Open Texture

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    Pages 153-174

    Conversational Relevance

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    Pages 175-180

    Comments

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    Pages 181-197

    Intentionality and the Use of Language

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    Pages 199-217

    Reference and Understanding

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    Pages 218-225

    Comments

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    Pages 226-228

    Reply to Dummett’s Comment

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    Pages 229-238

    May Bes and Might Have Beens

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    Pages 239-283

    A Puzzle about Belief

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