Ideas from 'Why Propositions Aren't Truth-Supporting Circumstance' by Scott Soames [2008], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Philosophical Essays 2:Significance of Language' by Soames,Scott [Princeton 2009,978-0-691-13683-7]].

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19. Language / C. Semantics / 1. Semantics
Semantics as theory of meaning and semantics as truth-based logical consequence are very different
19. Language / C. Semantics / 4. Truth-Conditions Semantics
Semantic content is a proposition made of sentence constituents (not some set of circumstances)