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Oxford University Press (2006)

This second volume in the Foundations of Philosophy in India series is an important contribution to the philosophy of language. Here Jonardon Ganeri highlights the significant relationship between semantic power and epistemic power to understand the important philosophical category of meaning.
Keywords Semantics (Philosophy  Meaning (Philosophy  Philosophy, Hindu
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Call number B132.S4.G35 2006
ISBN(s) 0195671996   9780195671995
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