Francois Recanati: Relativization: what it is and why it matters

I will argue that the complete content of a representation, whether linguistic or mental, is made up of two things: the explicit content of the representation and the situation with respect to which that content is to be evaluated. I will show how, using this framework, we can account for implicit aspects of content and provide a more satisfactory analysis of a number of phenomena.


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