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For a large class of cases--though not for all--in which we employ the word "meaning" it can be defined thus: the meaning of a wor ...
Solitary and farouche people don't have relationships; they are quite unrelatable. If you and I were capable of being altogether h ...
I begin, then, with some remarks about 'the meaning of a word.' I think many persons now see all or part of what I shall say: but ...
Semantically, taste is rich and confusing, its etymology as odd and interesting as that of "style." But while style--deriving from ...
Between a sign and the thing it signifies there is the fixed, determined relationship of cause and effect. We see this in the case ...
To summarize the contentions of this paper then. Firstly, the phrase 'the meaning of a word' is a spurious phrase. Secondly and co ...
I marvel thy master hath not eaten thee for a word, for thou art not so long by the head as honorificabilitudinitatibus.
Warren G. Harding invented the word "normalcy,"
And the lesser-known "bloviate," meaning, one imagines,
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If we apply the term revolution to what happened in North America between 1776 and 1829, it has a special meaning. Normally, the w ...
In general a thing is romantic when, as Aristotle would say, it is wonderful rather than probable; in other words, when it violate ...
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