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[Back to main text] Austin’s way to "the promise of pragmatism" was developed in the s and s in relation to classical and modern analytical philosophical work. Now if all content and meaning derives from meaning of the elements of the language of thought, we immediately want to know how the mental symbols get their meaning.

4 This is a question that gets wildly different answers from different philosophers, all equally committed to the cognitive science point of view. We will briefly look at two of them.It is from this point of view that Lukács asserts that society is the product of human thought and action, and not an unconscious and determined part of nature.

This means that the truth of society lies not in abstract scientific laws, but in the concrete historical activity of men.The relation-number of a dyadic relation may then be defined as the class of relations similar to it -- cf.

cardinal number. The relation-number of an ordering relation (see order) is called also an ordinal type or order type. The notion of a relation-number may be extended in a straightforward way to polyadic relations. -- A.C.

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