Friday, September 14, 2007

4.127 A propositional variable signifies a formal concept and its values [signify] the objects that fall under this concept.

Black (p. 201) says that this is not strictly correct unless “signify the objects” means “refer to the objects in combination.” 3.313 has propositions as the values of a propositional variable, not names or other referring expressions.

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