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What Is Said as Lexical Meaning

Abstract : Focusing on the issue of what it is that "directly referential" expressions, such as pronouns, contribute to what is said, the paper discusses a series of problems for the mainstream (Kaplanian) theories of what is said, and defends the view according to which what is said (by a sentence in a context) is nothing more or less than the lexical meaning (or the 'character') of the sentence.
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Isidora Stojanovic. What Is Said as Lexical Meaning. Cadernos de Filosofia, 2007, pp.7-42. ⟨ijn_00111121⟩



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