email@example.com wrote: > [...] > Formulae are the forms of propositions. Some are sufficiently determined > so as to be a proposition rendered in symbolic form. Of course, all > propositions are rendered in symbolic form, when they are put into > some language or other. Well, I guess I could concretely render > the proposition "I don't like you" by beating you. Not much > symbolism there.
I suppose some people could render the proposition "I love you" in just the same way. This "meaning" stuff is hard to pin down.
'Even the crows on the roofs caw about the nature of conditionals.'