- Sprachlogik. A Philosophy of Language and Logic Blog by Tristan Haze.
A selection of
papers by Mitchell S. Green. (Large collection posted on his
website--scroll down for the links.)
selection of papers by Stephen Schiffer. (Large collection
posted on his website.)
selection of papers by John Perry. (A very large selection
posted on his website.)
Frege and Russell Kent Bach draws attention to several distinctions
between the views of Frege and Russell in this short article.
of the Private Language Argument By
language Entry from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
on Private Language and Private Mental Objects A brief outline by Dale
sans The Private Language Argument Stephen Thornton argues that the
private language argument is less important to Wittgenstein's broad
conclusions in the Investigations than is commonly taken to be the case.
`Private Language' Argument Undergraduate essay by Roger Bishop Jones
commenting upon the PLA by attention to sections 243 to 264.
Thinking and the Realism/Anti-realism Debate
Article by Soraj Hongladarom.
to Semantics Introductory article by Richard Spencer-Smith which
explains Frege's distinction between sense and reference
Attitude Reports Explores semantic accounts of propositional attitude
reports, and some of the theories developed to deal with Frege's puzzle.
From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Thomas J. McKay.
Puzzle about Belief Reports By Kent Bach.
constructions Bertrand Russell referred to several different definitions
and philosophical analyses as providing "logical constructions" of
certain entities and expressions. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Bernard
Form Introduction to logical form, surface and deep meaning. From the
Stanford Encyclopedia, by Paul M. Pietroski.
Propositions To say that propositions are structured is to say that they
are complex entities, entities having parts or constituents. From the
Stanford Encyclopedia, by Jeffrey C. King.
on Translating English into First-Order Logic An introductory guide by
Types of Philosophical Analysis Article by Arkadiusz Gut, presented at
the 20th World Congress in Philosophy.
and Propositional Attitudes: A Fregean Analysis by Leila Haaparanta
of a Theory of Singular Reference William Greenberg's 1982 UCLA
Naming and Possibility in Kripke and in the Tractatus Article by Marķa
Cerezo, presented at the 20th World Congress of Philosophy.
the Model Theory of Knowledge An essay by John McCarthy on the use of
model theory, with a bias towards knowledge representation. Strong on Kripke
Reference of Theoretical Terms Article by Renate Duerr, presented at the
20th World Congress of Philosophy.
Propositions Singular propositions (also called `Russellian
propositions') are propositions that are about a particular object or
individual in virtue of having the object or individual as a constituent of
the proposition. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by G. W. Fitch.
of Abstract Objects Web resource provided by Edward Zalta, centering
upon his `Principia Metaphysica', a general calculus for the expression of
theories of abstract objects. Includes a tutorial section.
Unified Theory of Names Article by John Justice, presented at the 20th
World Congress of Philosophy.
Acts Entry for the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Kent Bach.
of Speech Act Theory Survey article by Barry Smith, 1990.
Revisited: The Genetics of Austin's Theory of Speech Acts Article by
Richard van Oort, Department of English and Comparative Literature,
University of California at Irvine.
on Understanding Language Article by Ernest Lepore. Discusses the nature
of language competence.
of Language in Classical China Historical overview by Chad Hansen of
interpretations of language in the major schools of philosophical thought in
classical China (up to the Han dynasty).
Language, World Congress Papers Proceedings of the 20th World Congress
of Philosophy, held at Boston University in 1998. Archive of contributed
papers in the subject area of Philosophy of Language. Provided by The
of Michael Beaney's `Frege: Making Sense' By Mitchell Green, to appear
Kripkenstein: Rule and Indeterminacy
By Xin Sheen Liu, of Syracuse University, presented at the 20th World Congress of Philosophy. Comparative approach, covering indeterminacy theses of Kripke, Wittgenstein and Quine.
Understanding Quine's Theses of Indetermincy
David Chalmer's List his online papers.
and Rigid Designation, By John Stanley
Laycock's Home Page. (Contains links to a several papers--at
least two of which are in Philosophy of Language.)