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Single Idea 17725

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

Full Idea

'Analytic' might mean conceptually true, or true in virtue of meaning, or where the predicate is contained in the subject, or for sentences which define something, or where meaning is sufficient for the truth.

Gist of Idea

'Analytic' can be conceptual, or by meaning, or predicate inclusion, or definition...


Carrie Jenkins (Grounding Concepts [2008], 4.3)

Book Reference

Jenkins,Carrie: 'Grounding Concepts' [OUP 2008], p.121

A Reaction

The second one says meaning grounds the truth, where the last one says meaning entails the truth.