Analyticity and Katz's new intensionalism: Or, if you sever sense from reference, analyticity is cheap but useless
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 61 (1):115-135 (2000)
|Abstract||In the new metalanguage of semantics, it is possible to make statements about the relation of designation and about truth.... To me the usefulness of semantics for philosophy was so obvious that I believed no further arguments were required and it was suﬃcient to list a great number of customary concepts of a semantical nature ([Carnap, 1963], 60–62).|
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