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|Abstract||This book's purpose is to detail the anatomy of linguistic meaning, showing how the various elements of meaning fit together. part 1 defends the truth-theoretic conception of semantics, taking the notion of a sentence's truth-condition as the core of meaning. part 2 explores the complex interconnections between syntax, semantics and various pragmatic notions and attempts to reconcile the apparent differences between natural and formal language. part 3 examines the relation between semantics and psychology|
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