Volume 22, Issue 1 (2009)

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“Attributive” Uses of Definite Descriptions are Always Attributive
Agbaba, Kresimir
Bibliographical data: vol.22, nr.1, 2009, pp.1-6. BibTeX
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How Often Do We Use a Definite Description to Talk About its Semantic Referent?
Inan, Ilhan
Bibliographical data: vol.22, nr.1, 2009, pp.7-12. BibTeX
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Kripke’s modal argument is challenged by his implausible conception of introspection
Heinzel, Alexander & Northoff, Georg
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McTaggart, the flow of time, and the Disanalogy between Time and Space
Yehezkel, Gal
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Ein Vergleich dreier aussagenlogischer Semantiken
Zimmermann, Alexander
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Rezension: Funktion, Begriff, Bedeutung
Leitner, Christoph & Feldbacher, Christian J.
Bibliographical data: vol.22, nr.1, 2009, pp.62-64. BibTeX
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