Two-dimensional semantics and the articulation problem

Synthese 143 (3):321-49 (2005)
. David Chalmerss version of two-dimensional semantics is an attempt at setting up a unified semantic framework that would vindicate both the Fregean and the Kripkean semantic intuitions. I claim that there are three acceptable ways of carrying out such a project, and that Chalmerss theory does not coherently fit any of the three patterns. I suggest that the theory may be seen as pointing to the possibility of a double reading for many linguistic expressions (a double reading which, however, is not easily identified with straightforward semantic ambiguity)
Keywords Ambiguity  Articulation  Dimension  Intension  Logic  Semantics  Chalmers, D
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DOI 10.2307/20118541
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