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ABSTRACT. The ideal of a logically transparent language represents no merely interesting episode in the history of ideas. The notion of an ideal language typically carries the implication that it is not only transparent but also that it is complete. The project of formalising natural-language sentences is not simply a matter of developing smooth and effective techniques for the representation of reasoning.

 

Written by HENRY LAYCOCK
 
 
 

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