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    Knowing linguistic conventions
    South African Journal of Philosophy 33 (2): 167-176. 2014.
    A linguistic convention is a principle or norm that has been adopted by a person or linguistic community about how to use, and therefore what the meaning is of, a specific term. Examples of such norms or principles are those expressed by propositions that express the laws of logic or those that express implicit definitions. Arguments about the epistemic status of linguistic conventions, very broadly, fall into two camps: the one holds that the basis of linguistic conventions is objective and tha…Read more
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    Naturalism’s maxims and its methods. Is naturalistic philosophy like science?
    Principia: An International Journal of Epistemology 22 (3): 371-391. 2018.