Sense, Reference and Truth

  • Bernard Harrison
Part of the Modern Introductions to Philosophy book series

Abstract

The meaning of a sentence depends, obviously enough, on the meanings of its component expressions. It is natural enough, therefore, to suppose that words are the primary bearers of meaning.

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© Bernard Harrison 1979

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  • Bernard Harrison

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