Logic, Semantics and Cognition: The Epistemology of Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz
Ajdukiewicz treated cognitive processes as inseparably connected with language: we always think in some language, and our statements are meanings which are attributes of sentences in some language L. Hence cognition, or, to put it more rigorously, cognition as a product, can be identified with the meaning of sentences. This is the essential methodological intention of Ajdukiewicz’s semantic epistemology.
KeywordsObject Language Radical Conventionalism Open Language Deductive Rule Conceptual Apparatus
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