In Cognition and Content. Lisboa, Portugal: (2005)

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João Branquinho
Universidade de Lisboa
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This paper discusses some relations between the notion of Fregean sense and the notion of linguistic meaning. It argues that these notions come apart from one another even in the case of non-indexical expressions. In particular, synonymous non-indexical expressions may be assigned different Fregean senses with respect to certain contexts of use.
Keywords reference  meaning  Frege  synonimity  sense
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