A distinction between reference and sense is made in: On Sense and Reference, G. Frege (1892), revealing their close correlation whilst it is also suggesting that the sense of a sign may change without altering the referent.A reference is the association between an expression and the object it refers to (the referent).A denotation is a constant relationship in a language which is independent of word use; it is not altered by time, unlike reference.Both refer to the same object regardless of their different senses.K. Nelson (1985) proposed that meaning has three counterparts relating to: reference, denotation and sense.
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The individual will therefore refer to the past so that he can bring out the truth of the matter.An example is “Paul is short” this phrase indicates that the truth about Paul’s height is that he is short.Logic often bases issues in a truthful manner and therefore if people followed logic then concepts can easily be inferred as correct and therefore problems solved easily.Reference: Etienne Gilson, Knowledge as Understanding, the Christian Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, Chapter V, pp.b. Supposition of terms Supposition of the terms refers to the terms in which a word stands; it does not represent the meaning of the term alone but also a proposition of the term.
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(1) What measures do you suggest for protecting dialects as well as languages?Why or why not?Displacement means that language can be used to refer to things which are present or not present, real or imagined matters in the past, present, or future, or in far-away places.(2) Do you think that someday people all over the world will speak only one language, or someday no dialect will exist?In addition, different sounds are used to refer to the same object in different languages, and even within the same language, the same sound does not refer to the same thing.
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Further on in the sonnet, there is a reference to time being wasted whilst they were together.Later on in the sonnet it says: “Like gaping snakes, dreadfully venomous to him” Again this is another reference, with a simile, to how poison she is and to imply this she is referred to as a snake.He says: “Each wishing for the sword that severs all” This has two connotations; the first may be that he wants to die and the second being that he wants a divorce.‘Common bed’ could also mean a place where the marriage was consummated, however although it is a common site between them both it does not mean to say that this is a happy place, in my opinion it is said in a very sarcastic way.He does this by saying: “Like sculptured effigies” This portra...
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Always, make sure to include page numbers where you use direct quotations or paraphrase material from other authors.The reference list should contain only the authors you have used and mentioned.By this we don’t mean to encourage rash unconsidered statements.Your essay should include a reference list where you show all the authors you have referred to in your essay.For how to reference in sociology essays please see the guide to referencing in appendix to the SOC 180 Course Outline.
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He does not refer to the blackbird as “the blackbird was sitting”; the blackbird , watching the changes occur.If that is the case, then Stevens may be telling his audience to certainly “look beyond the box” but when doing so, have maintained some consistency and familiarity.Is the blackbird a reference point for the verses we cannot initially comprehend?Has it positioned itself to winter over, to hibernate in the bird’s manner?The blackbird must now face the faded light of evening at best, or a snow-bound winter at worst.
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He says that to do so, one must follow three rules: 1) avoid the extreme which is furthest from the mean, 2) notice what errors we are most likely to commit and avoid them diligently, and 3) be wary of pleasure because it often slows or blurs our judgment.Hursthouse believes that the phronimos is different from a person who is not truly virtuous but nonetheless hits the mean between the extremes on a particular occasion in the sense that the phronimos is a master in all the v-rules presented by Aristotle in his account.The second method Aristotle discusses is related to ourselves and what we assume to be closer to the mean.Aristotle goes on to discuss how one may figure out what extreme the mean is closer to.He says that the things we mo...
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But not every word has a reference.This Referential Theory of linguistic meaning would explain the significance of all expressions in terms of their having been conventionally associated with things or states of affairs in the world, and it would explain a human being’s understanding a sentence in terms of that person’s knowing what the sentence’s component words refer to.The main concepts in the theory of reference are naming, truth, denotation (or truth of), and extension.Some words can refer to the same thing but not share the same meaning, for example “Elizabeth II” and “the Queen.And one would have a hard time denying that reference or naming is our cleanest-cut and most familiar relation between a word and the world.
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Then In Ann Bradstreet poem she says “The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray.” Which is saying she is also is calling on god for many times.The reference for heaven is “The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray” and the reference for natural world is “I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold “.18) Knowing they are both Christians, what similarities can you pin point in the Christian beliefs of Edward Taylor and Ann Bradstreet?Her Husband ”I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold” This can mean that no matter what her love for her husband is worth more than gold like her love for him is worth more than anything its priceless.12) Do the vocabulary words we have noted – recompense, manifold, persevere – in your opinion, referen...
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The reference to alcohol and alcoholism ties back to the alcohol theme in “Poverty of Mirrors”.He states “I am afraid of his hands, which have/rebuilt more of the small parts/of this world than I ever will.” This could possibly be a reference to feeling insignificant and that what he has done in life is seriously lacking in comparison to her father.Upon first reading Poverty of Mirrors with an open mind, it immediately led to the question, “What does Alexie mean when he speaks of mirrors?” That question led to other questions.In the last part of the poem he states “I would wrap us both in old blankets/hold every disease tight against our skin.” This seems to be a direct reference of potential alcoholism being central to the relationship....
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Others feel isolated disconnected and alienated.Institutions have since then been adversarial, infused, with specific and generalized tension because minorities’ have enter institutions more activity and even aggressively .Discuss what it means to be the other.“The Others” Being the other means feeling different, feeling excluded, closed out, precluded, even being distained and scorned.Whichever was they enter they are enclosed or trapped and faced with the same problems no matter which way they came in.
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7.Explain the significance of the title of the story.It applies to both Shiftlet and Crater to warn them to seek change before being left morally bankrupt.Significant because he is driving his temptation away from his redemption.Where is it referenced in the story?Title is a motif of salvation/redemption.
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On the other hand, there are particular words without reference in certain grammatical contexts; for instance, in the sentence ‘He seems a nice man’, the phrase ‘a nice man’ does not refer to a particular individual but it establishes the category which it belongs to.We can use different tools as a useful diagnostic to differentiate between sense and reference of linguistic form.Since there are signs which lack of sense or reference, it is necessary to wonder if there are references and meanings which do not belong to any sign.Thanks to the contents analyzed, we can conclude that the distinction between sense and reference is very vague abstraction because their definitions and the different theories and interpretations developed by ling...
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This is a main point in the novel and it hurts the novel because it takes away some credibility away from the novel and makes it seem less life like.The ideas that Neil is coming up with are a little off the wall because he thought hiding would stop his Dad from leaving, so this could be another one of his plans.This was the only flaw with this novel and other than that problem it was a good story.The reader of this story can tell right at the end of the story when Neil is throwing rocks at his father, that the situation seem out of the ordinary.Throughout the story the reader is trying to find out what the title really mean and it becomes an extra factor to the story and it is enjoyable for the reader when they realize the true meaning....
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True, people shouldn’t be exposed to things that they may find offensive in their opinion but it doesn’t mean that they can stop other people from doing so.However, many Catholics today argue that this was simply a misinterpretation of the biblical reference itself.For example, the story of the town called Sodom (Gen. 19-21) is one of the most famous indications that people often refer to.Homophobia should be something, which will diminish given time.We could argue forever which view is more right in terms or morals and religious aspects but in the end it depends entirely upon personal opinion and we cannot force people to be okay with something as controversial as this.
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Charles Darwin proposed the idea of “Naturalistic Hume’s Law” which said that just because things are natural does not mean they are good and just because things are artificial or unnatural does not mean they are evil or bad.Rediscovering Gay History: Archetypes of Gay Love in Christian History – John Boswell (1982) .Ethics: Homosexuality – Reg Luhman (1999) .True, people shouldn’t be exposed to things that they may find offensive in their opinion but it doesn’t mean that they can stop other people from doing so.They wrote, “The references in 1 Corinthians and 1 Timothy quite clearly take the sordid and dehumanizing dimensions of Greco-Roman pederasty as their image of homosexual relations.” Macquarrie and Childress argue that the re...
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Thus to conclude, to say that we our moral because of self-interest is both pessimistic and untenable in face of altruism (acts which are done selflessly).Even if it seems that the person is given a reward for doing such things, it does not follow that the person did those things because they were self-interested – indeed, it could just be a consequence of what they have done and no the cause.People like Mother Teresa can not be said to act just for self-interest.For when we do something good we are doing it for self-interest but this seems to fly in the face of facts.The attack launched on both of them is that they do not understand morality.
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No citations are used.Citations are inconsistently used.In-text citations and a reference page are complete and correct.Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center Rubric .Documentation is appropriate and citation style is usually correct.
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To sum up, the only thing nobody can take for us ever by any means is freedom of conscience, mind and will.Being free does not mean that you have the opportunity to travel abroad.By this I mean free vote, freedom of political opposition, freedom of political action or local private organizations that offer the possibility of exercising personal and political freedom, and also the right of citizens to inform and be informed by the authorities about political decisions taken and also freedom to criticize the actions of the governing power, in order to determine the change of incorrect decisions .To be free means to express your opinion and build your future, freedom is the ability to be true to your own ideas and principles.We have the gr...
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Modern versions of the text are usually taken in its literal sense, thus, the author’s real purpose in using the words disappear.First, we examine that Shakespeare’s words, while may be used in its literal sense, is also used to refer to something else.” Fact is the term “question” may actually mean “doubt” in the original context.Furthermore, the art of using words by applying figurative speech was not preserved in the modern version.Shakespeare’s words are often richer in context and complex in meaning that it is also the reason of the difficulty to understand some concepts and messages in the play.
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The relationship between linguistic items (e. g. words, sentences) and the non-linguistic world of experience is a relationship of reference.It can be understood by the following diagram given by Ogden and Richards: The objects in the real world are referents, the concept which we have of them in our minds is the reference and the symbol we use to refer to them is the word, or linguistic item.The linguistic symbol or image, realized as a word or sentence and the referent, the external entities are mediated by thought or reference.Thus, while ‘black bird’ can be understood to mean ‘a bird which is black’, ‘strawberry’ cannot be understood to mean ‘a berry made of straw’.(b) Sense and Reference.
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The ancient Greeks saw this and made the four words for love to give a better explanation into loves many aspects and its many complexities.This showed that there is more to love than just affection, it refers to almost all types of relationships.No one can place an actual definition on what love is truly is, no can explain what it is, it is just that is there a primal instinct.Plato refined his own definition: “Although Eros is initially felt for a person, with contemplation it becomes an appreciation of the beauty within that person, or even becomes appreciation of beauty itself.” Plato does not talk of physical attraction as a necessary part of love, hence the use of the word platonic to mean, “without physical attraction.” Lovers and...
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They must be above 16 years and eligible to work.They must be in the category of the country’s labor force which comprises of both the employed and those seeking for jobs.What is the difference between the employment rate and the labor force participation rate?Criteria that must be met for someone to be characterized as unemployed.(McConnell C and Brue S, 137).
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They can benefit by broadening their way of thinking, which in turns helps understand more and see things from a different point of view.It is using your brain to understand things not just what you can see but also what you cannot.Philosophy describes how humans should behave while ethics describes what is right and wrong and how we should respond to the situation.Thinking’s is what brought about the wheel or electricity.My response: I having taken philosophy can respond by giving them an answer that would eliminate all why questions and would help them feel a little more at ease with their wait.
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Are the conclusions based on this level of measurement justifiable?* How are the measured constructs defined?Furthermore, a good theory is never “proven,” which would mean that it holds up under all known conditions–that simply cannot be tested.* Are reliability and validity adequate to draw conclusions?* Does the research design really control for internal and external sources of influence (design controls) so that sound conclusions can be drawn?
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So, intercepting any logical truth embedded in a QSI sentence transforms a logical necessity into a logical impossibility: LLqsi: "A lawyer is a lawyer" says a lawyer is a lawyer LLqsAL: "A lawyer is a lawyer" says a lawyer is an attorney ALqsLL: "An attorney is a lawyer" says a lawyer is a lawyer Synomic interceptions differ semantically from logical truths — and from each other — not, per se, in their objectual reference, their factual content.This Synonym Substitution Principle extends to subbing of coreferring proper names by taking their meaning to be their reference.The proper nominal form for facts is not here at issue.Although Bqs and Bgqsg are identical in syntax and predicate, they differ in objectual reference.So too for QQSI ...
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mean to you and what do you mean to this .The thrust of phenomenology is to give birth to the ideas of others (Vivilaki & Johnson, 2008).As an example, the question would reflect the experience the “being” is in and ask: What does it mean to be a human being and have this experience” (Munhall, 2007)?Phenomenological research studies are rooted in caring about the experiences of participants and the desire to make a difference.Phenomena refer to any observed occurrences that are understood in our minds.
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As a conclusion, ‘mimesis’ has since the antiquity been discussed to refer to the relation between reality and representation.Plato, on the other hand, agrees that reality cannot be represented; therefore, ‘mimesis’ is misrepresentation of truth.The mime, which is a kind of banquets given by wealthy man, is most probably derived from mimos The noun ‘mimesis’ as well as corresponding verb mimeisthai refer to the re-enactment and dance through ritual and myth.While being an aspect of misrepresentation and something used in a dangerous way for the education of young people, ‘mimesis’ may also come to mean re-enactment in Plato’s dialogue when it refers to the imitation of a man in action in drama.The term ‘mimesis’ may also refer the simile...
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If imitation comes naturally to mankind as a whole, yet poetry only comes naturally to the disposition of poets, what exactly does that mean when defining nature?It can also mean the behavior exhibited by said organic beings, such as the hibernation of bears.The question then, is what does a critic refer to when he says “nature”?It can refer to the literal, organic substances that make up the vegetation, animals, and mankind in the world around us.“Natural” is often used also to refer to a process which occurs spontaneously as opposed to one that occurs as the result of the deliberation of a being.
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Agreeing with this, does not mean they must reject their view on absolute simultaneity or their view that an absolute present exists.An event on Andromeda that Jack thinks is present (from his frame of reference), is an event that Jill still thinks is yet to happen (from her frame of reference).The paradox here is that, from our own frame of reference, we both believe we are at the centre of the flash of light.Inertial frame (or inertial reference frame) here will be defined as ‘frames of reference in which Newton’s first law of motion is observed’.I’ve made it clear what the differences between the two are and I’ve shown that it’s important to understand what the word ‘exists’ mean when discussing both views.
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