Critica della ragion pura by Immanuel Kant

By Immanuel Kant

Uscita los angeles prima volta nel 1788, l. a. Critica della Ragion Pratica è los angeles seconda according to ordine cronologico delle tre celebri Critiche di Immanuel Kant, di cui fanno parte anche l. a. Critica della ragion pura (1781) e l. a. Critica del Giudizio (1790). Oggi questa seconda Critica kantiana viene proposta dalla casa editrice UTET in versione publication, completa di un autorevole apparato critico e del classico testo a fronte convertito in ipertesto.

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Indd 45 08/08/2014 15:45 The Bloomsbury Companion to the Philosophy of Language Putnam, Hilary (1978), “Meaning, Reference and Stereotypes”. In F. Guenthner and M. Guenthner-Reutter (eds), Meaning and Translation: Philosophical and Linguistic Approaches, New York: New York University Press, 61–81. Stern, Josef (2000), Metaphor in Context. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. indd 46 08/08/2014 15:45 3 Formal Semantics Josh Dever Human languages are sophisticated tools for transferring mental states from one person to another.

Merchant, Jason (2001), The Syntax of Silence: Sluicing, Islands, and the Theory of Ellipsis. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pinker, Steven (2007), The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language. New York: HarperCollins. indd 45 08/08/2014 15:45 The Bloomsbury Companion to the Philosophy of Language Putnam, Hilary (1978), “Meaning, Reference and Stereotypes”. In F. Guenthner and M. Guenthner-Reutter (eds), Meaning and Translation: Philosophical and Linguistic Approaches, New York: New York University Press, 61–81.

The above point may not be obvious, just because a language that we use is so transparent to ()us. An observation that may underscore the point is thede 2011 Higginbotham: Trees 17 de octubre difference between (30) and (31): 5/6 (30) I saw John happy. (31) I saw happy John. The lexical items are exactly the same in (30) and (31). But their modes of composition are different. (30) means that I saw John at a time when he appeared evidently happy to me (generally relaxed and smiling, for instance); but (31) only means that I saw some person who is known by the nickname “happy John”.

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