Reference, Truth, and Reality: Essays on the Philosophy of Language

Routledge & Kegan Paul (1980)
Mark Platts That the meaning of a sentence can be given by stating its truth- conditions is not a novel doctrine; as an explicitly held doctrine, ...
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