LANGUAGE,  TESTIMONY  AND  MEANING

Edited by
SIBAJIBAN BHATTACHARYYA


This book contains an elaborate discussion of different western and Indian theories of language, a comparative study of epistemology of authority, and Navya - Nyaya theories of meaning and words, and of sentences of different moods - indicative imperative, operative, - and also of ought-sentences.

 


Sibajiban Bhattacharyya, formerly B.N. Seal Professor of Mental and Moral philosophy, Calcutta University,  taught different branches of philosophy for more than  forty-five years in different universities, institutions in India and abroad. He has published more than a hundred papers in Journals, Anthologies, Encyclopaedias, Indian and foreign;  has published many books on different topics

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