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“The Language of Science” (ISSN Code (2007)
|Abstract||I offer a synoptic account of some chief parameters of language and its relationship to communication and to thought, distinguishing in the process between semantical and pragmatic dimensions of utterance.|
|Keywords||language commnication meaning thought|
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