Language

“The Language of Science” (ISSN Code (2007)
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I offer a synoptic account of some chief parameters of language and its relationship to communication and to thought, distinguishing in the process between semantical and pragmatic dimensions of utterance.
Keywords language  commnication  meaning  thought
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