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Semantics, in philosophy, often refers to "relation between signs and the things to which they refer and is seen, often, within the school of rhetoric.

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The "syntax is not semantics" principle in the Chinese Room Argument (CRA) is based on the relationship between the Searle-computer and the Chinese symbols. Searle correctly characterizes this as a … : If computers lack internal semantics, then why must the Searle-computer's programs be in English? Searle never addresses this significant inconsistency in his position. The Searle-computer is …
answered Jun 11 '16 by Phil_132