In this paper I suggest that, despite the overlap between philosophy of language and linguistics, philosophy of science has neglected linguistics. I argue that this has been to the detriment of philosophy of language. I examine the philosophical and linguistic treatments of definite descriptions as a case study to make this point.
Logical Form Linguistic Theory Definite Description English Sentence Syntactic Theory
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