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KNOWLEDGE AND ARGUMENT
PERCEPTION DESCRIPTION AND EXPLANATION
ABSTRACTION AND DEDUCTION page
THE USE OF DEDUCTIVE ARGUMENTS IN EMPIRICAL
GRAMMATICAL IN LANGUAGE L page
abstraction according action activities acts addition already analysis applicable arguments aspects assertion assume assumption basis called Chomsky claim clear communication complex concepts connection consequences consider constructed context conventions corresponding course deduction defined definition derive described descriptive designate discussion distinction distinguish domain empirical especially established example existing experience explanation explication expressions extent fact formal function further give given grammar individual intension interpretation justified kind knowledge language learned least linguistic logical meaning namely natural notion objects observational operations particular persons position possible precisely predicates principle problem procedure processes production properties question reconstruct reference regarded relation relative represent requirement respect rules scientific semantic sense sentences situation social speak speaker specific speech acts standardized statements structure syntactic taken theoretical theory tion transformations true understand understood universal utterance various whole worlds