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Author: Jasper Liptow

The “Context Principle”, as I understand it here, is the claim that sub-sentential linguistic expressions (roughly speaking, words) have meaning only in the context of meaningful sentences. Thus understood, the Context Principle articulates in an especially succinct way the widely acknowledged

In: Grazer Philosophische Studien
In: Grazer Philosophische Studien
Grazer Philosophische Studien is a peer reviewed journal that publishes articles on philosophical problems in every area, especially articles related to the analytic tradition. Each year at least two volumes are published, including special issues with invited papers. Reviews are accepted by invitation only.

Objection to Modal Realism  159 Michael De Understanding the Revisability Thesis  180 Célia Teixeira Kaplan’s Counterexample to Quine’s Theorem  196 Paolo Bonardi Wittgenstein’s Argument for the Context Principle in the Tractatus  224 Jasper Liptow Towards a New Brentanian Theory of

In: Grazer Philosophische Studien
Author: Michael Beaney

to be established in a recognizable way. In the very next paragraph Danto goes on: “To ask for the significance of an event, in the historical sense of the term, is to ask a question which can be answered only in the context of a story”. 42 We might call this Danto’s ‘context principle’, thereby

In: Journal of the Philosophy of History
Author: Michael Price

analysis or decomposition. The primacy of the thought goes hand in hand with the semantic primacy of the vehicle of its expression, captured in Frege’s context principle : [W]e ought always to keep before our eyes a complete sentence [ Satz ]. Only in a complete sentence have the words really a

In: Grazer Philosophische Studien

, Turner traces the historical developments which led to the pragmatic turn in the study of meaning, focusing on Frege, for the early move from metaphysics to semantics, most clearly seen in his context principle (as discussed in Dummett, 1991, 1993a ), and on Wittgenstein, for the pragmatic turn in his

In: International Review of Pragmatics

in Buddhism I (Sarnath, Varanasi, 1987), pp. 151--159. - - , 'Understanding Buddhist Epistemology', Amald Praj~& Aspects of Buddhist Studies (Delhi, 1989), pp. 277--297. - - , 'The Context Principle of Meaning in Prabhfikara Mimfivhs~', Kalydna-mitta: Professor Hajime Nakamura Felicitation Volume

In: Indo-Iranian Journal

oflndian Philosophy, vol. 17, no. 1 (1989), pp. 1--104 \[Brian Galloway, 'Some Logical Issues in Madhyamaka Thought', pp. 1--35; Arindam Chakrabarti, 'Sentence- Holism Context-Principle and Connected-Designation Anvit6bhidhdna: Three Doctrines or One?', pp. 37--41; Matthew Kapstein, 'g~mtaraksita on the

In: Indo-Iranian Journal
Author: Joshua Kates

in language as used , the fundamental form of which is not the sign or the word, but the utterance or statement. The context principle, often opposed to the composition principle, is the name given to Ricoeur’s claim that meaning ultimately appears in sentences, including words’ or terms’ meanings

In: Journal of the Philosophy of History