Australasian Journal of Philosophy 97 (3):605-617 (2019)

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Giorgio Sbardolini
University of Amsterdam
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ABSTRACTTwo-dimensional accounts of speech and thought make use of so-called ‘diagonal’ propositions. If diagonals are indeed propositions, they can be negated: an ‘anti-diagonal’ is the negation o...
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