Andreas Kemmerling

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Assuming that there are correct basic norms, is there a way to explain their correctness? Paul does not think so, and he argues that a certain family of strategies for explaining the correctness of one particular class of basic epistemic norms does not work. The norms in question are those which concern the acceptance of ID-sentences, i.e. sentences which(More)
ions and Idealisations Martin Stokhof and Michiel van Lambalgen (ILLC) 9 Against Crude Semantic Realism? Florian Demont (King’s College London and University of Zurich) 39 Anaphoric Deflationism and Theories of Meaning David Löwenstein (Freie Universität Berlin) 52 Do We Still Need Compositionality in a Contextualist Framework? Some Remarks on Recanati’s(More)
The subject of this contribution started life under the name of “meaningNN something by uttering something”. It became utterer’s meaning, speaker’s meaning, utterer’s occasion meaning and nowadays it seems to be mostly referred to as speaker meaning. The seminal paper is Paul Grice’s “Meaning” published in 1957 (Grice 1989: 213–223). It was written in the(More)
Pierre, a story which could easily be true in the world as we know it. The story doesn't contain any so-called twin worlds or molecule-tomolecule identical people. In this respect it is more innocent than many other philosophical thought experiments of the recent past. But even without any such dramatic devices it seems to point to possibilitiesand what is(More)
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