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But at least two distinct failures have been identified. For one thing, there are the truth-value gaps famously detected by Frege and Strawson. According to them, some meaningful assertoric sentences are neither true nor false. More accurately, by using them on a particular occasion, a speaker does not express a truth-apt proposition or statement. The rationale is that at least one of their singular terms lacks a determinate reference, since there is no unique referent for its use on this occasion.
F. (1970) ‘Categories’ in G. P. Wood (eds) Ryle: a Collection of Critical Essays (London: Macmillan), pp. 181–211. 2 Nothing Categorical on Categories Hans-Johann Glock Introduction The notion of a category appears to have suffered a tragic decline. It started life as a basic concept of the grand metaphysical tradition of philosophy. By the heyday of linguistic philosophy it had been reduced to a tool of a purely negative project, namely the critique of certain philosophical doctrines or questions as based on linguistic mistakes.
A fourth line of criticism appeals to ‘propositional attitude ascriptions’ (Magidor 2010, pp. 566–71). Consider sentences like (16) Jane said that the theory of relativity is eating breakfast (17) John believes that π is green (18) Sarah dreamt that her toothbrush was pregnant 42 Hans-Johann Glock We can employ and understand these sentences. But, the argument continues, this is possible only because the embedded sentence in the indicative is meaningful as well. Once again, this is the contraposition of the austere conception.