2018
DOI: 10.1590/0100-6045.2018.v41n2.rv View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Perry contends that an utterance of (1) 'It is raining' must be assigned a location before being truth assessed. The location is famously argued to be an unarticulated constituent of the proposition an utterance of (1) expresses. My paper examines this view from a pluri-propositionalist perspective. The sentence (1) contains an impersonal pronoun, 'it' and the impersonal verb 'to rain. I suggest that the utterance of (1) semantically determines 'to rain', which is an event, and that that event is instantiated … Show more

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