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CitationNickel, Bernhard. 2011. “Dynamics, Brandom-Style.” Philosophical Studies 162 (2) (July 12): 333–354.
AbstractThis paper discusses the semantic theory presented in Robert Brandom’s Making It Explicit . I argue that it is best understood as a special version of dynamic semantics, so that these semantics by themselves offer an interesting theoretical alternative to more standard truth-conditional theories. This reorientation also has implications for more foundational issues. I argue that it gives us the resources for a renewed argument for the normativity of meaning. The paper ends by critically assessing the view in both its development and motivations.
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