The normativity of content and ‘ the Frege point ’

@inproceedings{March2008TheNO,
  title={The normativity of content and ‘ the Frege point ’},
  author={Jeff Speaks March},
  year={2008}
}
  • Jeff Speaks March
  • Published 2008
Sometimes, Geach puts the point in terms of the distinction between predication and assertion: one can predicate an expression of something without asserting that it is true of that thing. The reason why this is possible is that facts about what is predicated of what are facts about the meaning of the sentence in question; assertion, on the other hand, is one speech act among many which one can perform with a sentence. More generally, the Frege point is that there is a distinction between the… CONTINUE READING

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