Kant wrote in the Metaphysics of Natural Science
If we ·keep mathematics out of the picture and· think of the doctrine of the soul merely as a systematic art of analysis or as an experimental doctrine, it still falls wells short of chemistry, ·in three ways:
(i) & (ii) ...
(iii) With mental events, unlike chemical ones, an observed event can be altered and distorted by the mere fact of being observed. So the doctrine of the soul can’t be anything more than . . . a natural description of the soul, not a science of it, and not even a psychological experimental doctrine
In the propositional theory of language, developed through Frege to Wittgenstein; is it correct to say that a certain fixed meaning is given to a proposition; and that through the Correspondance Theory of Truth? Granted the truth of Kants observation in (iii) how can such a theory take that into account - or has it been already?