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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Lycan, William G.
Title Statement
Philosophy of language : a contemporary introduction / William G. Lycan.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge,   2000.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 243 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge contemporary introductions to philosophy
ISBN
0415171156 (hb.) 0415171164 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [229]-238) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Language and languages --Philosophy.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

Preface = xiii

Acknowledgements = xv

 Chapter 1 : Introduction : meaning and reference = 1

  Overview = 2

  Meaning and understanding = 3

  The Referential Theory = 4

  Summary = 8

  Questions = 8

  Notes = 8

  Further reading = 8

PARTⅠ : REFERENCE AND REFERRING = 9

 Chapter 2 : Definite descriptions = 11

  Overview = 12

  Singular terms = 13

  Russell's Theory of Descriptions = i6

  objections to russell's theory = 21

  Donnellan's distinction = 26

  Anaphora = 31

  Summary = 32

  Questions = 33

  Notes = 33

  Further reading = 34

 Chapter 3 : Proper names : the Description Theory = 35

  Overview = 36

  Russell's Name Claim = 37

  Opening objections = 40

  Searle's "Cluster Theory' = 42

  Kripke's critique = 43

  Summary = 48

  Questions = 48

  Notes = 48

  Further reading = 49

 Chapter 4 : Proper names : Direct Reference and the Causal-Historical Theory = 50

  Overview = 51

  Possible worlds = 52

  Rigidity and proper names = 53

  Direct Reference = 55

  The Causal-Historical Theory = 60

  Problems for the Causal-Historical Theory = 62

  Natural-kind terms and "Twin Earth" = 66

  Summary = 68

  Questions = 69

  Notes = 69

  Further reading = 70

PART Ⅱ : THEORIES OF MEANING = 73

 Chapter 5 : Traditional theories of meaning = 75

  Overview = 76

  Ideational theories = 78

  The Proposition Theory = 80

  Summary = 86

  Questions = 87

  Notes = 87

  Further reading = 87

 Chapter 6 : " Use" theories = 88

  Overview = 89

  "Use" in a roughly Wittgensteinian sense = 90

  Objections and some replies = 93

  Summary = 98

  Questions = 98

  Notes = 98

  Further reading = 99

 Chapter 7 : Psychological theories : Grice's program = 100

  Overview = 101 

  Grice's basic idea = 102

  Speaker-meaning = 103

  Sentence meaning = 108

  Summary = 113

  Questions = 113

  Notes = 113

  Further reading = 114

 Chapter 8 : Verificationism = 115

  Overview = 116

  The theory and its motivation = 117

  Some objections = 119

  The big one = 124

  Two Quinean issues = 125

  Summary = 127

  Questions = 127

  Notes = 128

  Further reading = 128

 Chapter 9 : Truth-Condition Theories : Davidson's program = 129

  Overview = 130

  Truth conditions = 131

  Truth-defining natural languages = 136

  Initial objections = 140

  Summary = 146

  Questions = 147

  Notes = 147

  Further reading : = 148

 Chapter 10 : Truth-Condition Theories : possible worlds and intensional semantics = 149

  Overview = 150

  Truth conditions reconceived = 151

  Advantages over Davidson's view = 154

  Remaining objections = 156

  Summary = 158

  Questions = 158

  Notes = 159

  Further reading = 159

PART Ⅲ : PRAGMATICS AND SPEECH ACTS = 161

 Chapter 11 : Semantic pragmatics = 163

  Overview = 164

  Semantic vs pragmatic pragmatics = 165

  The problem of deixis = 166

  The work of semantic pragmatics = 169

  Summary = 171

  Questions = 171

  Notes = 171

  Further reading = 172

 Chapter 12 : Speech acts and illocutionary force = 173

  Overview = 174

  Performatives = 175

  Rules and infelicities = 176

  Force, content, and perlocution = 178

  Cohen's problem = 181

  Summary = 184

  Questions = 185

  Notes = 185

  Further reading = 186

  Chapter 13 : Implicative relations = 187

  Overview = 188

  Conveyed meanings and Invited inferences = 189

  Conversational implicature = 191

  "Presupposition" and conventional implicature = 195

  Indirect force

  Summary = 202

  Questions = 202

  Notes = 203

  Further reading = 203

PART Ⅳ THE DARK S1DE = 205

 Chapter 14 : Metaphor = 207

  Overview = 208

  A philosophical b1as = 209

  The issues, and two simple theories = 210

  The Figurative S1mile Theory = 214

  The Pragmatic Theory = 217

  Metaphor as analogical = 722

  Summary = 224

  Quest1ons = 224

  Notes = 225

  Further reading = 226

  Glossary = 227

  Bibliography = 229

Index = 239



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