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Philosophy of Language

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Philosophy of Language
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Maria Baghramian University College Dublin Davidson and Indeterminacy of Meaning
Janina Buczkowska Akademy of Catholic Theology; Poland Information as the Basis for Representation
Rosalind Carey Boston University Wittgenstein's 1913 Objections To Russell's Theory of Belief: A Dialectical Reading
María Cerezo University of Navarra, Stanford University On Naming and Possibility in Kripke and in the Tractatus
Juan Manuel Cuartas R. Universidad del Valle, Santiago de Cali - Colombia The Name's Motives
Renate Duerr Karlsruhe; Germany The Reference of Theoretical Terms
Janna V. Gorbyleva Tomsk State University, Russia Dialectics of Internal and External: Structure and Speech Contamination
John Justice   A Unified Theory of Names
Victor J. Krebs   Mind, Soul, Language in Wittgenstein
Daniel Laurier Université de Montréal The Publicity of Thought and Language
Norman Lillegard University of Tennessee How Private Must an Objectionably Private Language Be?
Xin Sheen Liu Syracuse University Kripkenstein: Rule and Indeterminacy
Ming Liu; Xin Sheen Liu Zhejiang Institute of Administration; Syracuse University Chomsky and Knowledge of Language
Jolán Orbán University Janus Pannonius Pécs, Hungary Language Games, Writing Games - Wittgenstein and Derrida: A Comparative Study
Josefine Papst University of Graz Can a truth value have causal power? A discussion of John Gibbons' "Truth in Action"
Fabrice Pataut Université de Paris Realism, Modality and Truths about the Past
Alejandro Patiño Arango Universidad de Caldas Pragmatica del lenguaje moral y juridico en Austin
Nikolaj Richers York University, Canada How Did They Do It? Language Learning in Bruner and Wittgenstein
Louise Röska-Hardy J. W. Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany 'I' and the First Person Perspective
Peter Spader   Transcending Language: The Rule of Evocation
Elena Tatievskaia University of Augsburg Russell on the Structure of Propositions
Åsa Maria Wikforss   Social Externalism and Non-Empirical Errors
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