Questions

[New Entry by Charles Cross and Floris Roelofsen on February 11, 2014.] The philosophy of language since Frege has emphasized propositions and declarative sentences, but it is clear that questions
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[New Entry by Charles Cross and Floris Roelofsen on February 11, 2014.] The philosophy of language since Frege has emphasized propositions and declarative sentences, but it is clear that questions and interrogative sentences are just as important. Scientific investigation and explanation proceed in part through the posing and answering of questions, and human-computer interaction is often structured in terms of queries and answers....

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