Language, Thought, and Logic

Evanston, IL, USA: Northwestern University Press (1993)
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Argues that categorization, and not syntax, is the most important aspect of language, suggests that some philosophical problems are caused by an inadequate theory of language, and promotes a fresh approach to linguistic theory.



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