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example in philosophy of language relates to loving the fictional works but hating the philosophy of Jean Paul Sartre). My sense is that generally the accusative closure of questioning happens …
answered May 8 '15 by virmaior
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On the simplest level, the answer is because every proposition in sentential logic ("propositional calculus") must be either true or false. And this appears to be the best possible resolution given th …
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distance. For some other supporting reading, I suggest: (1) Some later Wittgenstein and his considerations about language (specifically the private language argument -- and the large body of …
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It's a very intriguing question. I think to answer it well and carry the analogy well, we need to distinguish between two uses of the word "language" and think about how they relate to the ideas at … work in debates about moral realism. One a certain level, language as in "French language" refers to something that a group of people use to communicate. Clearly, the specific rules and conventions …
answered Apr 12 '16 by virmaior