Book review: De ponte, Maria & Korta, Kepa . Reference and representation in thought and language [Book Review]

Manuscrito 41 (2):123-136 (2018)


ABSTRACT In this review, I try to present and discuss the main elements of each chapter of the book as briefly and instructively as possible. The first group of chapters deals with various issues about language, and the second group focuses on thought.

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