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Meaning and Reference



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This is a collection of eight new essays by some of the most prominent contemporary philosophers of language. These essays cover a variety of topics including scepticism about meaning and reference, vagueness, rigid designation, de re belief, pronominal anaphora, Quinean objections to quantified modal logic, and supposition. This volume will be of interest to anyone who works in the philosophy of language and philosophical logic.

Author Biography

Ali Kazmi is an editor of the Canadian Journal of Philosophy and an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Calgary.
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January 1st, 1998
Edited by Ali A. Kazmi
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Canadian Journal of Philosophy
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