ABSTRACT. Davidson thinks of meaning as determined by what individual speakers do with their words in communication. Davidson takes the idea that a formalization of what a theory of truth is explains something. Quine distinguishes between singular terms and general terms, and speaks of different 'positions' which terms may occupy in sentences, notably of referential and of predicative position.


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