Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Language.

By: Russell, GillianContributor(s): Fara, Delia GraffSeries: Routledge Philosophy Companions SerPublisher: London : Routledge, 2012Copyright date: ©2012Description: 1 online resource (940 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781136594083Subject(s): Language and languages -- PhilosophyGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Routledge Companion to Philosophy of LanguageDDC classification: 121/.68 LOC classification: P106 .R75 2012Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- Section I CORE TOPICS -- 1.1 EXTENSION, INTENSION,CHARACTER, AND BEYOND -- 1.2 SEMANTICS ANDPRAGMATICS -- 1.3 LOGICAL FORM -- 1.4 PRESUPPOSITION -- 1.5 IMPLICATURE -- 1.6 PRAGMATICENRICHMENT -- 1.7 MEANING AND COMMUNICATION -- 1.8 COMPOSITIONALITY -- 1.9 FOCUS AND INTONATION -- 1.10 CONTEXT-SENSITIVITY -- 1.11 RELATIVISM -- 1.12 VAGUENESS -- 1.13 EMPTY NAMES -- 1.14 RELEVANCE THEORY -- 1.15 TRUTH AND REFERENCE IN FICTION -- Section II FOUNDATIONS OFSEMANTICS -- 2.1 REFERENCE -- 2.2 THEORIES OF TRUTH -- 2.3 PROPOSITIONS -- 2.4 CONCEPTS -- 2.5 ANALYTIC TRUTH -- 2.6 POSSIBLE WORLDS SEMANTICS -- 2.7 DYNAMIC SEMANTICS -- 2.8 EVENT SEMANTICS -- 2.9 SKEPTICISM ABOUT MEANING -- Section III FOUNDATIONS OF SEMANTICS -- 3.1 NAMES -- 3.2 VERBS -- 3.3 ADJECTIVES -- 3.4 QUANTIFIERS AND DETERMINERS -- 3.5 GENERICS -- 3.6 ANAPHORA -- 3.7 DESCRIPTIONS -- 3.8 PLURALS -- 3.9 ADVERBS -- 3.10 MASS TERMS -- 3.11 INDEXICALS AND DEMONSTRATIVES -- 3.12 INDICATIVE CONDITIONALS -- 3.13 SUBJUNCTIVE CONDITIONALS -- 3.14 QUESTIONS -- Section IV METHODOLOGY -- 4.1 THE ROLE OF EXPERIMENT -- 4.2 THE ROLE OF LINGUISTICS -- 4.3 THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGY -- 4.4 THE ROLE OF MATHEMATICAL METHODS -- 4.5 THE ROLE OF ARTIFICIAL LANGUAGES -- 4.6 THE ROLE OF INTUITIONS -- Section V LOGIC FOR PHILOSOPHERS OF LANGUAGE -- 5.1 MODEL THEORY:WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT ISN'T -- 5.2 LOGICAL QUANTIFIERS -- 5.3 THE LOGIC OF TIME AND TENSE -- 5.4 MODAL LOGIC AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 5.5 TWO-DIMENSIONAL LOGIC AND TWO DIMENSIONALISM IN PHILOSOPHY -- 5.6 MANY-VALUED LOGICS -- 5.7 DYNAMIC LOGIC IN NATURAL LANGUAGE -- 5.8 INTUITIONISM -- 5.9 RICHARD MONTAGUE'S APPROACH TO THE SEMANTICS OF NATURAL LANGUAGES.
Section VI PHILOSOPHY O FLANGUAGE FOR THE REST OF PHILOSOPHY -- 6.1 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR EPISTEMOLOGY -- 6.2 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR METAETHICS -- 6.3 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR METAPHYSICS -- 6.3.1 The Language of Causation -- 6.3.2 Dispositional Expressions -- 6.4 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR NORMATIVE ETHICS -- 6.4.1 Language, Gender, and Sexuality -- 6.4.2 Language and Race -- 6.5 APRIORITY -- 6.6 NECESSITY AND MEANING -- 6.7 PROPOSITIONAL ATTITUDE REPORTS -- Section VII HISTORICALPERSPECTIVES -- 7.1 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 7.2 MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 7.3 MODERN PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 7.4 FREGE, RUSSELL,AND WITTGENSTEIN -- 7.5 LOGICAL POSITIVISM AND QUINE -- 7.6 ORDINARY LANGUAGE PHILOSOPHY -- 7.7 PRAGMATICS AND CONTEXT: THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTENSIONAL SEMANTICS -- 7.8 A BRIEF HISTORY OF GENERATIVE GRAMMAR -- INDEX.
Summary: Philosophy of language is the branch of philosophy that examines the nature of meaning, the relationship of language to reality, and the ways in which we use, learn, and understand language.  The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Language provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the field, charting its key ideas and movements, and addressing contemporary research and enduring questions in the philosophy of language. Unique to this Companion is clear coverage of research from the related disciplines of formal logic and linguistics, and discussion of the applications in metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and philosophy of mind.  Organized thematically, the Companion is divided into seven sections: Core Topics; Foundations of Semantics; Parts of Speech; Methodology; Logic for Philosophers of Language; Philosophy of Language for the Rest of Philosophy; and Historical Perspectives. Comprised of 70 never-before-published essays from leading scholars--including Sally Haslanger, Jeffrey King, Sally McConnell-Ginet, Rae Langton, Kit Fine, John MacFarlane, Jeff Pelletier, Scott Soames, Jason Stanley, Stephen Stich and Zoltan Gendler Szabo--the Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Language promises to be the most comprehensive and authoritative resource for students and scholars alike.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- Section I CORE TOPICS -- 1.1 EXTENSION, INTENSION,CHARACTER, AND BEYOND -- 1.2 SEMANTICS ANDPRAGMATICS -- 1.3 LOGICAL FORM -- 1.4 PRESUPPOSITION -- 1.5 IMPLICATURE -- 1.6 PRAGMATICENRICHMENT -- 1.7 MEANING AND COMMUNICATION -- 1.8 COMPOSITIONALITY -- 1.9 FOCUS AND INTONATION -- 1.10 CONTEXT-SENSITIVITY -- 1.11 RELATIVISM -- 1.12 VAGUENESS -- 1.13 EMPTY NAMES -- 1.14 RELEVANCE THEORY -- 1.15 TRUTH AND REFERENCE IN FICTION -- Section II FOUNDATIONS OFSEMANTICS -- 2.1 REFERENCE -- 2.2 THEORIES OF TRUTH -- 2.3 PROPOSITIONS -- 2.4 CONCEPTS -- 2.5 ANALYTIC TRUTH -- 2.6 POSSIBLE WORLDS SEMANTICS -- 2.7 DYNAMIC SEMANTICS -- 2.8 EVENT SEMANTICS -- 2.9 SKEPTICISM ABOUT MEANING -- Section III FOUNDATIONS OF SEMANTICS -- 3.1 NAMES -- 3.2 VERBS -- 3.3 ADJECTIVES -- 3.4 QUANTIFIERS AND DETERMINERS -- 3.5 GENERICS -- 3.6 ANAPHORA -- 3.7 DESCRIPTIONS -- 3.8 PLURALS -- 3.9 ADVERBS -- 3.10 MASS TERMS -- 3.11 INDEXICALS AND DEMONSTRATIVES -- 3.12 INDICATIVE CONDITIONALS -- 3.13 SUBJUNCTIVE CONDITIONALS -- 3.14 QUESTIONS -- Section IV METHODOLOGY -- 4.1 THE ROLE OF EXPERIMENT -- 4.2 THE ROLE OF LINGUISTICS -- 4.3 THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGY -- 4.4 THE ROLE OF MATHEMATICAL METHODS -- 4.5 THE ROLE OF ARTIFICIAL LANGUAGES -- 4.6 THE ROLE OF INTUITIONS -- Section V LOGIC FOR PHILOSOPHERS OF LANGUAGE -- 5.1 MODEL THEORY:WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT ISN'T -- 5.2 LOGICAL QUANTIFIERS -- 5.3 THE LOGIC OF TIME AND TENSE -- 5.4 MODAL LOGIC AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 5.5 TWO-DIMENSIONAL LOGIC AND TWO DIMENSIONALISM IN PHILOSOPHY -- 5.6 MANY-VALUED LOGICS -- 5.7 DYNAMIC LOGIC IN NATURAL LANGUAGE -- 5.8 INTUITIONISM -- 5.9 RICHARD MONTAGUE'S APPROACH TO THE SEMANTICS OF NATURAL LANGUAGES.

Section VI PHILOSOPHY O FLANGUAGE FOR THE REST OF PHILOSOPHY -- 6.1 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR EPISTEMOLOGY -- 6.2 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR METAETHICS -- 6.3 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR METAPHYSICS -- 6.3.1 The Language of Causation -- 6.3.2 Dispositional Expressions -- 6.4 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE FOR NORMATIVE ETHICS -- 6.4.1 Language, Gender, and Sexuality -- 6.4.2 Language and Race -- 6.5 APRIORITY -- 6.6 NECESSITY AND MEANING -- 6.7 PROPOSITIONAL ATTITUDE REPORTS -- Section VII HISTORICALPERSPECTIVES -- 7.1 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 7.2 MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 7.3 MODERN PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE -- 7.4 FREGE, RUSSELL,AND WITTGENSTEIN -- 7.5 LOGICAL POSITIVISM AND QUINE -- 7.6 ORDINARY LANGUAGE PHILOSOPHY -- 7.7 PRAGMATICS AND CONTEXT: THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTENSIONAL SEMANTICS -- 7.8 A BRIEF HISTORY OF GENERATIVE GRAMMAR -- INDEX.

Philosophy of language is the branch of philosophy that examines the nature of meaning, the relationship of language to reality, and the ways in which we use, learn, and understand language.  The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Language provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the field, charting its key ideas and movements, and addressing contemporary research and enduring questions in the philosophy of language. Unique to this Companion is clear coverage of research from the related disciplines of formal logic and linguistics, and discussion of the applications in metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and philosophy of mind.  Organized thematically, the Companion is divided into seven sections: Core Topics; Foundations of Semantics; Parts of Speech; Methodology; Logic for Philosophers of Language; Philosophy of Language for the Rest of Philosophy; and Historical Perspectives. Comprised of 70 never-before-published essays from leading scholars--including Sally Haslanger, Jeffrey King, Sally McConnell-Ginet, Rae Langton, Kit Fine, John MacFarlane, Jeff Pelletier, Scott Soames, Jason Stanley, Stephen Stich and Zoltan Gendler Szabo--the Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Language promises to be the most comprehensive and authoritative resource for students and scholars alike.

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