Précis of Insensitive Semantics [Book Review]
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 73 (2):425–434 (2006)
|Abstract||Insensitive Semantics (I) has three components: It defends a positive theory; it presents a methodology for how to distinguish semantic context sensitivity from other kinds of context sensitivity; and finally, it includes chapters critical of other contributors on these issues. In this Précis, we outline each component, but before doing so a few brief ‘big picture’ remarks about the positions defended in IS are in order|
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