Results for 'Arendse Bernth'

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    A Metalogical Theory of Natural Language Semantics.Michael Mccord & Arendse Bernth - 2004 - Linguistics and Philosophy 28 (1):73 - 116.
    We develop a framework for natural language semantics which handles intensionality via metalogical constructions and deals with degree truth values in an integrated way. We take an axiomatic set theory, ZF, as the foundation for semantic representations, but we make ZF a metalanguage for part of itself by embedding a language ℒ within ZF which is basically a copy of the part of ZF consisting of set expressions. This metalogical set-up is used for handling propositional attitude verbs (limited to believe (...)
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    Jacques Jayez and Lucia M. Tovena/Free Choiceness and Non-Individuation 1–71 Michael McCord and Arendse Bernth/a Metalogical Theory of Natural Language Semantics 73–116 Nathan Salmon/Are General Terms Rigid? 117–134. [REVIEW]Stefan Kaufmann, Conditional Predications, Yoad Winter & Cross-Categorial Restrictions On Measure - 2005 - Linguistics and Philosophy 28:791-792.
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    The Lost Life of Ira Daniel Aldridge.Bernth Lindfors - 2013 - Text Matters - a Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture 3 (3):234-251.
    The sons of famous men sometimes fail to succeed in life, particularly if they suffer parental neglect in their childhood and youth. Ira Daniel Aldridge is a case in point-a promising lad who in his formative years lacked sustained contact with his father, a celebrated touring black actor whose peripatetic career in the British Isles and later on the European continent kept him away from home for long periods. When the boy rebelled as a teenager, his father sent him abroad, (...)
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    The Lost Life of Ira Daniel Aldridge.Bernth Lindfors - 2012 - Text Matters - a Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture 2 (2):194-208.
    The sons of famous men sometimes fail to succeed in life, particularly if they suffer parental neglect in their childhood and youth. Ira Daniel Aldridge is a case in point-a promising lad who in his formative years lacked sustained contact with his father, a celebrated touring black actor whose peripatetic career in the British Isles and later on the European continent kept him away from home for long periods. When the boy rebelled as a teenager, his father sent him abroad, (...)
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