Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Semantic value: can be a noun, a verb, a predicate, an adverb etc.
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Def Semantic Value/Frege/Dummett: (for the elementary sentence) that of the characteristics whose possession is necessary and sufficient in order to determine each complex sentence according to its composition of elementary sentences as true or not true. - The semantic value of an elementary sentence is nothing but its truth value - semantic interpretation: direct allocation of the semantic values ​​of the different expressions to the scheme letters (not to the expressions themselves!). - Semantic value: = reference! - Semantic value of a predicate: extension- not the same as sense.
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Semantic value of a singular term: the particular.
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Schulte: should avoid "nature" of the reference object.

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M. Dummett
Ursprünge der analytischen Philosophie Frankfurt 1992

M. Dummett
Wahrheit Stuttgart 1982

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