tutorial_two - Interrogativesentence? Imperativesentence?

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Interrogative sentence? Imperative sentence? Declarative sentence? The problem with sentences is that they can often have more than  one meaning… What’s a proposition? What’s the difference between a proposition and a  sentence? Types and tokens: What is a type? What is a token? 4 possible combinations of  types  and  tokens : 1.2 tokens of the same type can express the same  proposition: a.Two different people saying, “Two plus two equals four”  or  “Burnaby is in British Columbia”
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2.2 tokens of the same type can express different  propositions: a.Two different people saying, “I ate the last cookie”  or  “I am the TA for tutorial D107 in Critical Thinking” 3.2 tokens of different types can express the same  proposition: a. One person saying “The snow is white” and another  saying “Da schnee ist weiss”  or  One person saying “Superman busted through my  window” and another saying “Clark Kent busted  through my window” 4.2 tokens of different types can express different  propositions: a.One person saying “My name is Peter” and another  saying “I like hot dogs” What is the  correspondence principal   (CP1) ?
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course PHIL PHIL 001 taught by Professor Dr.mc. during the Spring '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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