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subject-predicate

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  • The English language often combines verbs with prepositions to form phrasal verbs, and its subject-predicate structure means that many sentences end naturally in prepositions.

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  • Next, they begin producing what Estigarribia calls subject-predicate questions that a soccer ball?

    Cognitive Science, January 2010

  • Next, they begin producing what Estigarribia calls subject-predicate questions that a soccer ball?

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  • This invited attempts to provide analyses of propositions, and accounts of natural language, with the aim of saying how relatively simple sentences (with subject-predicate structures) could be used to indicate propositions (with function-argument structures).

    Logical Form

  • So it is significant that on Frege's view, propositions do not have subject-predicate form.

    Logical Form

  • No consensus about the assessment of Strawson's proposal has emerged, the reason being that there has still been no very general interest in the subject-predicate distinction.

    Peter Frederick Strawson

  • Individuals then shifts focus onto the subject-predicate distinction.

    Peter Frederick Strawson

  • But it also makes room for the idea that grammatical structure and logical structure converge, in ways that can be discovered through investigation, once we move beyond traditional subject-predicate conceptions of structure with regard to both logic and grammar.

    Logical Form

  • In the first part of it Strawson presents a revised version of his account of the normal subject-predicate distinction, and also presents a partial theory of one particular case of subject expressions, namely proper names.

    Peter Frederick Strawson

  • All propositions were thought to be composed out of propositions of subject-predicate form by means of a small number of connectives (“and”, “or”, “if ¦ then”, and so on).

    Logical Constants

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