Propositions and meaning : a study of denotationist theories of logical meaning
This thesis is partly an historical and partly a critical study of the philosophical view that propositions(argument components or logical meanings) are in some sense "objects" denoted by sentences. The author confines his at tent ion to theories developed during a revolutionary period in the history of logic - between the publication of Mill's A System of logic and that of Principia Mathematica by Russell and Whitehead. Starting from Mill, the author traces the development of denotationist...[Show more]
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