Knowledge and Language: From Orwell's Problem to Plato's Problem, Volumen 1

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Eric J. Reuland, Werner Abraham, F. R. Ankersmit, Jan Johann Albinn Mooij
Springer Science & Business Media, 1993 - 264 páginas
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Studying the relations between knowledge and language, one may distinguish two different lines of inquiry, one focusing on language as a body of knowledge, the other on language as a vehicle of knowledge.

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REFLECTIONS ON KNOWLEDGE AND LANGUAGE1
11
MENTAL CONSTRUCTIONS AND SOCIAL REALITY
29
SOME REFLECTIONS ON OUR SCEPTICAL CRISIS
59
CHOOSING A MARKED PARAMETER
71
THE EMERGENCE OF BOUND VARIABLE STRUCTURE
105
NULL SUBJECTS AND VTOI
141
REFORMULATION MATURATION OR INVARIANCE OF BINDING PRINCIPLES
157
THE CASE OF BINDING DOMAINS AND THE SUBSET PRINCIPLE
185
THE SUBSET PRINCIPLE IS AN INTENSIONAL PRINCIPLE
217
LEXICAL ACCESS IN SPEECH PRODUCTION
241
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
253
INDEX OF NAMES
255
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
259
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