Philosophical Papers 17 (2):141-151 (1988)

Charles Sayward
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
It is argued that English is finite. By this is meant that it contains only finitely many expressions. The conclusion is reached by arguing: (1) only finitely many expressions of English are tokenable; (2) if E is an expression of English, then E is tokenable.
Keywords expressions  tokens  infinite
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DOI 10.1080/05568648809506294
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