Logical form and natural language

Philosophical Studies 28 (6):397 - 418 (1975)
The central thesis of the article is that there are two quite distinct concepts of logical form. Theories of logical form employing one of these concepts are different both in method of justification and in philosophical and psychological implications from theories employing the other concept
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DOI 10.1007/BF00372902
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