Terence Parsons

Terence Parsons (born 1939) is an American contemporary philosopher of the analytic tradition. Parsons is also a Professor at UCLA in its Department of Philosophy.

He works on the semantics of natural language to develop theories of truth and meaning for natural language similar to those devised for artificial languages by philosophical logicians. Heavily influenced by Alexius Meinong, he wrote ''Nonexistent Objects'' (1980), which dealt with possible world theory in order to defend the reality of nonexistent objects. Provided by Wikipedia
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New Haven and London : Yale University Press, cop. 1980.
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