The Discovery of Social Acts
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Every sentence is significant ..., but not every sentence is a statement-making sentence, rather only those in which there is truth or falsity. There is not truth or falsity in all sentences: a prayer is a sentence but is neither true nor false. The present investigation deals with the statement-making sentence; the others we can dismiss, since consideration of them belongs rather to the study of rhetoric or poetry. (17a 1–5, Edghill translation, modified)
KeywordsLegal Entity Intentional Object Constitutive Rule Phenomenal Originator Logical Correctness
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