Shorttitle: W. V. Quine argues that all the grounds used to support
the analytic-synthetic distinction are not sufficient to justify
it. He then concludes that the analytic-synthetic distinction is
not justified. This issue was examined critically by considering
the issues such as model language versus natural language,
indeterminacy of meaning and indeterminacy of refrents, taxonomic
understanding of language versus menatalistic understanding of
language. This book then argues, an alternative defence of the
analytic-synthetic distinction, that the distinction is a part of
the functioning structure of English language and any challenge to
the analytic-synthetic distinction threatens the functionality of
the entire language.
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