The major concern of this essay is the subject/predicate analysis of propositions. When I say "The subject/predicate analysis" I do not assume (what is false) that there is just one such analysis; rather, I assume that there is one version of this analysis widely current in contemporary philosophy. It is the analysis of singular propositions into referring components and non-referring components. This conception of the subject/predicate distinction is exceptionally imprecise, but is not...[Show more]
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