Cross‐cultural variation and perspectivalism: Alignment of two red herrings?

Mind and Language 38 (4):1157-1163 (2023)
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In this brief reply I respond to criticisms of my book, The referential mechanism of proper names, from Michael Devitt and Nicolo D'Agruma. I focus on the question of whether the perspectivism advocated in the book explains the empirical results there detailed.

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Experimental Semantics.Michael Devitt - 2010 - Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 82 (2):418 - 435.

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