Edited By Piotr Stalmaszczyk
This book investigates possible common objects of inquiry in philosophy of language and literature. The topics discussed include proper names (analyzed from different theoretical perspectives), fictional names, truth in fiction, ontological status and metaphysics of fictional characters, metaphor, representation, interpretation, and other issues connecting research in philosophy of language with philosophy of literature. Theoretical frameworks include Millian semantics, Fregean semantics, hybrid semantics, realism, antirealism, and metaphorical expressivism.
abnormal cases 14, 189, 190
alienation 215, 217, 219
antirealism 11, 59–61, 67, 71
application 147, 157, 160, 163
assertion 12, 13, 117–121, 123–126, 128–134, 139, 142, 143, 196, 206
authorial creation 59, 68, 69
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