Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 94:215 - 227 (19934)
AbstractThis paper attempts to raise a question for the everyday view that language is a means of communication, a system of marks or sounds which we use to convey thoughts and describe the world. It first isolates the assumptions behind this everyday view before raising questions about them.
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