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Philosophy of Language

Philosophy of Language - reference of the expression •...

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Philosophy of Language 22:10 1. The linguistic system (of a given language) lexicon (morphemes and linguistic meaning) grammar (set of rules) can be studied o synchronically ( o diachronically distinguish between the linguistic meaning of the expression and the 
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Unformatted text preview: reference of the expression. • meaningful expression without reference • context dependent: “I”, “here”, “tomorrow”, “this tractor” • 2. Linguistic activity 22:10 22:10...
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