Vol 31 No 2 (2017): Philosophy of Language: Extending the Field
Philosophy of Language: Extending the Field

Themes discussed in this issue of Semiotic Studies testify to the recent extension of the field of philosophy of language, they offer a fresh look at some old puzzles and problems, and they include modifications to the theory of mental files, intentional identity and coordination, meaning holism and semantic minimalism, an intensional semantics for generative grammar, the ambiguous semantics of ‘ought’, metalinguistic value disagreement, a scalar approach to moral adjectives, the liar paradox perceived from the Wittgensteinian perspective, and linguistic relativity in relation to analytic philosophy.

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