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Dialectica 57 (2):165–176 (2003)
Here, I defend the view that fictional narratives are illusionary and that fictional names are to be accounted metalinguistically, a blend of Walton’s and Donnellan’s theories. Besides, I offer a remedial semantic for sentences external to the story which connects those uses back to the text of the story and to the neighborhood of its retellings.
|Keywords||Reference Fictional names Keith Donnellan Kendall Walton|
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