Start with simple sentences.
But consider a pair of sentences like
…kernel of the grammar) and nonkernel sentences.
Life sentences take many forms, of varying severity.
Nonetheless, both sentences are true.
We are taking sentences to be what Quine (1960) calls ‘eternal sentences’.
Another characteristic of hypothetical sentences is that they are made up of categorical sentences.
The first distinction is between absolute and modal sentences, although absolute sentences turn out to be modal as well.
As we have seen, theoretical sentences and correspondence sentences are cleanly distinct, even if both are included in the structure of a scientific theory.
Let us call these external metafictional sentences (some other commentators talk of “transfictive” or “critical” sentences). (4) and (5) above are typical examples.
The second is the relative explanatory priority of the semantic properties of individual sentences, on the one hand, and the semantic relations between sentences on the other.
…example, English) two complementary subsets: kernel sentences (the set of kernel sentences being described as the kernel of the grammar) and nonkernel sentences.
Because both of the italic sentences are true, (9) and (10) are a pair of sentences which differ only with respect to substitution of expressions (namely, the italic sentences) with the same reference.
The other possible response to this dilemma is to accept that deflationism applies inter alia to sentences, but to argue that the sentences to which it applies must be interpreted sentences, i.e., sentences which have meaning.
Corresponding active and passive sentences, affirmative and negative sentences, declarative and interrogative sentences, and so on are formally related by deriving them from the same underlying terminal string of the phrase-structure component.
More than 4,000 such sentences were imposed for serious sexual and violent offences in 2018, as well as 250 extended determinate sentences – which require Parole Board reviews - and 400 life sentences where people are either kept in prison or monitored until death.
Descriptional sentences have a syllogistic logic like substantial sentences and Avicenna thinks part of Aristotle’s modal syllogistic can be worked out using descriptional sentences (for a comparison with similar logics found in the thirteenth-century Latin tradition, see Lagerlund 2009).
It is natural to assume, as Campsall does, that Aristotle meant his theory of modal syllogisms to cover divided modal sentences, since the reading of composite sentences Campsall proposes entails that they are all singular and that Aristotle’s theory is not a theory for singular sentences.
…difference between kernel sentences and nonkernel sentences in Syntactic Structures (in a later system of Chomsky the category of kernel sentences is not given formal recognition at all) resides in the fact that kernel sentences are generated without the application of any optional transformations.
Twardowski's aim is to defend this claim against those who argue that truth is relative on the basis of examples of elliptical sentences (such as ‘I don't’), sentences with indexicals (‘my father is called Vincent’), sentences of general form (‘radioactivity is good for you’), and sentences about ethical principles (‘it is wrong to speak against one's own convictions’).
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Twardowski's aim is to defend this claim against those who argue that truth is relative on the basis of examples of elliptical sentences such as I don't sentences with indexicals my father is called Vincent sentences of general form radioactivity is good for you and sentences about ethical principles it is wrong to speak against one's own convictions