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Singular Thought and Mental Files$
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Rachel Goodman, James Genone, and Nick Kroll

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780198746881

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198746881.001.0001

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De Jure Anti-Coreference and Mental Files

De Jure Anti-Coreference and Mental Files

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(p.187) 9 De Jure Anti-Coreference and Mental Files
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Singular Thought and Mental Files
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Ángel Pinillos

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198746881.003.0009

The chapter introduces the phenomenon of de jure anti-coreference. Roughly, two representation occurrences are de jure anti-coreferential when they must refer to distinct objects in virtue of meaning. It argues that in contrast to its opposing notion, de jure coreference, it is rarely found in human representational systems. It explains how the Fregean can hope to explain this asymmetry by appealing to senses or mental files. It argues, however, that such approaches, in order to account for dynamic coordination, must ultimately appeal to semantic relationism. This is surprising since semantic relationism is often thought of as an alternative to Fregean semantics.

Keywords:   semantic relationism, de jure coreference, senses, Frege, mental files

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