Nordic Wittgenstein Review 6 (1):149-151 (2017)

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Book review of Ian Dearden: _Do Philosophers Talk Nonsense? An inquiry into the possibility of illusions of meaning_. London, Rellet Press 2013, 136 pp.
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DOI 10.15845/nwr.v6i1.3445
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