This fascinating work of linguistic philosophy explores the relationship between thought and language, answering such questions as: How do we use words to express our innermost thoughts and ideas? What role do grammar and syntax play in shaping our understanding of the world? The author draws on historical and contemporary examples to provide a rich and insightful analysis of the complex interplay between language and thought.
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