Annotation:Annotationen:How Do We Mean A Constructivist Sketch of Semantics/Z6pnfx3p0k

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Annotation of Annotationen:How_Do_We_Mean_A_Constructivist_Sketch_of_Semantics
Annotation Comment What speakers of a language have constructed as the meanings of the words they use, is at best compatible in the linguistic interactions with other speakers; but such compatibility remains forever relative to the limited number of actual interactions the individual has had in his or her past. What speakers have learned to mean always remains their own construction.
Last Modification Date 2019-08-21T17:27:22.535Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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