The impact of logic philosophy on Russell's theory of semantics
Keywords:indication, the meaning, Thought laws, the case, Sentence
Russell relied on logical foundations and rules in his criticism of the theories of semantics of both Frege and Meinong, and used the concepts of the function of the case and the variable, as well as the theories generated by logic, which are descriptions and patterns, from the statement of the difference between the sentence and the sentence, as well as from the statement of the difference between the primary language And the secondary language, by adopting the raised third in which he criticized Meinong’s theory and also adopted it in explaining the difference between the case and the sentence, while the subjectivity law was used in exposing him to the criticism of Frege, and he showed that the signifying sentence is only the case, which can be judged as true or False, and the sentence outside the rule is nothing but nullity.
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