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Title: Tractatus 5.4611: 'Signs for logical operations are punctuation marks'
Author(s): Milne, Peter
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Editor(s): Sullivan, P
Potter, M
Citation: Milne P (2013) Tractatus 5.4611: 'Signs for logical operations are punctuation marks'. In: Sullivan P & Potter M (eds.) Wittgenstein's Tractatus : History & Interpretation. Mind Association Occasional Series. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 97-124.
Keywords: Wittgenstein
truth-conditional theories of meaning
Issue Date: 28-Feb-2013
Date Deposited: 11-Mar-2014
Series/Report no.: Mind Association Occasional Series
Abstract: I examine the ideas leading up to Wittgenstein's pronouncement at Tractatus 5.4611 that signs for logical operations are punctuation marks.
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