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2017 | 31 | 1 | 45–66
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Semantic Deflationism, Public Language Meaning, and Contextual Standards of Correctness

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The paper aims at providing an argument for a deflationary treatment of the notion of public language meaning. The argument is based on the notion of standards of correctness; I will try to show that as correctness assessments are context-involving, the notion of public language meaning cannot be treated as an explanatory one. An elaboration of the argument, using the notion of ground is provided. Finally, I will consider some limitations of the reasoning presented.
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31
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1
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45–66
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-c7413e64-0e4a-4b5f-b48a-95c1afbbb277
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