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Abstract : The Cambridge Handbook of the Philosophy of Language (Piotr Stalmaszczyk ed.) 1 Mental files as descriptive modes of presentation A rational subject, S, may take different (and possibly conflicting) attitudes towards the judgment that a given individual is Ffor example, she may reject it as false or accept it as truedepending on how that individual is presented. She may think that Emile Ajar is a genius, while thinking that Romain Gary is a has-been (hence, not, or no longer, a genius).
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François Recanati. Mental Files. The Cambridge Handbook of the Philosophy of Language, 1, Cambridge University Press, pp.535-547, 2021, ⟨10.1017/9781108698283.030⟩. ⟨ijn_03470852⟩

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