From Frege to dynamic theories of meaning

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (6):691-692 (2003)
Abstract
In designing stratified models of human language, understanding notions of logical consequence and validity of inference require separating the aspects of meaning that vary between models from logical constants. Modelling meaning requires choices regarding the primitives, where the Fregean program is still offering us the fundamental insights on the role of truth, judgement, and grasping or sharing of thoughts.
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