Objects of Inquiry in Philosophy of Language and Linguistics

Ontos Verlag (2010)
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This book investigates the possible common objects of inquiry in philosophy of language and literature. Topics discussed include proper names, fictional names, truth in fiction, ontological status and metaphysics of fictional characters, metaphor, representation, interpretation, sense and nonsense.



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