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### Single Idea 13345

#### [catalogued under 19. Language / E. Analyticity / 1. Analytic Propositions]

Full Idea

A class of sentences can be called 'analytical' if every sequence of objects is a model of it.

Gist of Idea

Sentences are 'analytical' if every sequence of objects models them

Source

Alfred Tarski (The Concept of Logical Consequence [1936], p.418)

Book Reference

Tarski,Alfred: 'Logic, Semantics, Meta-mathematics' [Hackett 1956], p.418

A Reaction

See Idea 13344 and Idea 13343 for the context of this assertion.

Related Ideas

Idea 13344
X follows from sentences K iff every model of K also models X **[Tarski]**

Idea 13343
A 'model' is a sequence of objects which satisfies a complete set of sentential functions **[Tarski]**