Using each other's words
Natural languages are polyphonic: typically, no two speakers associate identical meanings with all the words they are using. Also, the meanings of words may change over time. Yet, we are still missing a formal framework with which to handle this variety. This paper is making a first step by introducing the logic of so-called deflectors. These are devices to borrow someone else's language.
Kracht, M. (2015)., Using each other's words, in A. Koslow & A. Buchsbaum (eds.), The road to universal logic I, Basel, Birkhäuser, pp. 341-349.
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