ABSTRACT. Quine treats logical truths as very high-level generalizations and notes that the point of the truth idiom is blind truth ascription. Quine denies that there is an interesting or useful bifurcation into very general sorts of points that apply to analytic sentences and very general sorts of points that apply to synthetic sentences. Quine rejects the idea that we can usefully approach meaning by beginning with the assumption that meanings are introspectible mental items.


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