Errata

Thomas Hodgson

28 February 2021

Following Ben Caplan’s: http://bdcaplan.ca/errata.pdf.

Why we should not identify sentence structure with propositional structure

https://doi.org/10.1080/00455091.2013.871111

(ii) on p. 614 shouldn’t say ‘lexical items’ but ‘propositional constituents’.

Thanks to Francesco Paolo Gentile.

Meaning underdetermines what is said, therefore utterances express many propositions

https://doi.org/10.1111/1746-8361.12221

The quotation from Grice on p. 178 should be:

A meant [non-naturally] something by x” is (roughly) equivalent to “A intended the utterance of x to produce some effect in an audience by means of the recognition of this intention[.]” (1957, 385)

The typography is garbled in the printed version.

Russellians can solve the problem of empty names with nonsingular propositions

https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-018-01971-3

The page numbers for Timothy Williamson’s ‘Necessary Existents’ are given as 269–287; they are in fact 233–251.