Michael Morris, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sussex, writes this critical introduction to the central issues of the secular philosophy of language. Each chapter's central topic is illustrated by well-known texts, concentrating on non-Christian sources to separate language theory from any religious contexts. Propositional attitudes, intentional theories of meaning, truth-theoretical approaches to meaning, and even skepticism about meaning are all put into their philosophical perspective in this addition to the Cambridge Introductions to Philosophy series.
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