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Author Almog, Joseph

Title Themes from Kaplan
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1989


Description 1 online resource (625 pages)
Contents Contents; Contributors; 1 Introduction; 2 Content, Character, and Nondescriptive Meaning; 3 Time and Thisness; 4 Logic and the World; 5 Russellian Intensional Logic; 6 Direct Reference, the Semantics of Thinking, and Guise Theory (Constructive Reflections on David Kaplan's Theory of Indexical Reference); 7 Why Singular Propositions?; 8 Intensionality and the Paradox of the Name Relation; 9 On Direct Reference; 10 The Problem of De Re Modality; 11 Meaning and Explanation; 12 Perceptual Content; 13 Tense and Singular Propositions; 14 Direct Reference and Propositional Attitudes
15 Cognitive Significance Without Cognitive Content16 Singular Propositions, Abstract Constituents, and Propositional Attitudes; 17 Demonstratives An Essay on the Semantics, Logic, Metaphysics, and Epistemology of Demonstratives and Other Indexicals; 18 Afterthoughts
Summary This volume contains a series of articles derived from a conference organized by the Center for the Study of Language and Information at Stanford University to discuss the work of David Kaplan, together with Kaplan's own unpublished essay: "Demonstratives."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes English
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Subject Kaplan, David, 1929-2012.
SUBJECT Kaplan, David, 1929-2012 fast
Subject Language and languages -- Philosophy.
Language and languages -- Philosophy
Form Electronic book
Author Perry, John
Wettstein, Howard
LC no. 88010027
ISBN 9780195345346