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Polish Journal of Philosophy

Volume 3, Issue 1, Spring 2009

Paul Horwich
Pages 23-32

Kripke’s Paradox of Meaning

This paper argues that deflationism about truth enables us to resolve the notorious problem of intentionality—the problem (forcibly articulated by Kripke) of explaining how intrinsically dead signs, whether material or mental, are able to reach into the world and pick out specific collections of things.

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