Wayne Grudem, "The Meaning Of kefal¾ ("Head"): An Evaluation Of New Evidence, Real And Alleged ," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 44:1 (March 2001) p. 25-65.
[Introduction to Part I, Basic Topics in the Philosophy of Language, ed. by Robert M. Harnish, Prentice-Harll 1994] Meaning, Speech Acts, and Communication Kent Bach There was a time when philosophy of language was concerned less with language and its use than with meanings and propositions.
2 0. Abstract Modern linguistic theory suggests that the sign is arbitrary, that the relationship between signifi er and signifi ed has no discernible pattern.
W HEN I WAS ON THE STAFF of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, a Council member once asked me, "What does it mean to get a baccalaureate degree?"Although I had been overseeing the assessment program in Virginia for almost a decade, I found myself unable to describe the results ...
© 2003 International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, Inc. Fiduciary-Meaning 1 Fiduciary-Meaning of? Background Persons performing duties to self-funded health care plans may well ask this question: Do my actions make me a fiduciary with respect to such actions?
MEANING C ONSIDER the following sentences: "Those spots mean (meant) measles." "Those spots didn't mean anything to me, but to the doctor they meant measles."
Life, Death, and Meaning PHIL 4830-001 Wes Morriston Department of Philosophy Hellems 280 303-492-8297 Wes.Morriston@Colorado.EDU Office hours: TR 2:00-3:30 and by appointment (After 3:30 on TR usually works for me, but you need to let me know that you're coming.)
ABSTRACT In the post-reform era, the production of welfare policy is taking shape in an increasingly devolved and discretionary environment. Street-level workers are "making" reform through their day-to-day practices in public, quasi-public, and private agencies, extending even into the private ...
PRASHANTPARIKH COMMUNICATION, MEANING, AND INTERPRETATION 1. I NTRODUCTION In this paper, I give definitions of Gricean communication, speaker meaning, and addressee interpretation.
In The Literal and Nonliteral in Language and Thought , Seana Coulson and Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk (eds.),pp. 147-177. Frankfurt a. Main: Peter Lang. Common Sense and 'Literal Meaning' Michael Israel, Department of English University of Maryland, College Park Words have basic inalienable ...