Philosophical Studies 173 (9):2533-2549 (2016)

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Benjamin Caplan
University of Kansas
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In this paper, I argue that, when it comes to explaining what can be described as “representational” properties of propositions, Soames’s new conception of propositions—on which the proposition that Seattle is sunny is the act of predicating the property being sunny of Seattle and to entertain that proposition is to perform that act—does not have an advantage over traditional ones.
Keywords Soames  Proposition  Representation  Grounding  Essence  Explanation
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