Natural and Scientific Language

Philosophy 29 (108):27 - 43 (1954)
Whenever we speak with someone in everyday life, when we write a letter or read a novel, we are said to use natural language. We have a historically given language like English or French; we consider familiar things and events; and we use the language more or less as most members of the same community use it
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DOI 10.1017/S0031819100022117
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