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Argument from language Knowing a language is knowing meaning of words Meaning distinguishes between co-extensive properties: contrast “triangular” and “trilateral” Learner of language cannot distinguish co-extensive properties in experience by ostention
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Unformatted text preview: Mean and language cannot be learned experientially Necessity and universality • Some people learn scientific laws or forms with full necessity and universality • Sensation cannot provide such knowledge • Illumination must b the source of such knowledge...
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