- Title Pages
- Introduction to the Science of Meaning
- 1 What is—or, for that Matter, isn’t—‘Experimental’ Semantics?
- 2 Axiomatization in the Meaning Sciences
- 3 David Lewis on Context
- 4 From Meaning to Content
- 5 Reviving the Parameter Revolution in Semantics
- 6 Changing Notions of Linguistic Competence in the History of Formal Semantics
- 7 Lexical Meaning, Concepts, and the Metasemantics of Predicates
- 8 Interpretation and the Interpreter
- 9 Expressing Expectations
- 10 Fregean Compositionality
- 11 Semantic Typology and Composition
- 12 Semantics as Model-Based Science
- 13 Semantic Possibility
- 14 Semantics as Measurement
- The Science of Meaning
- Derek Ball, Brian Rabern
- Oxford University Press
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