Semantics in Context by Jason Stanley
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Therefore, this is no part of the intuitive truth-conditions of Frana's sentence. A similar point dispenses with the reply to the binding argument in Stalnaker (2004, pp. 110-111). 16 35 Of course, we would naturally assume, given John's discourse, that he ate with his hands. We would also assume that he was not from Mars, and that he was not the product of invitro fertilization. It is just as absurd to take it as an objection to the semanticist that such information is not provided by the semantics of the verb "eat" as it is to take it as an objection to the semanticist that the semantics does not provide for a manner of eating.
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