The transition from form to meaning is not neatly layered: there is no point where form ends and content sets in. Rather, there is an almost continuous process that converts form into meaning. That process cannot always take a straight line. Very often we hit barriers in our mind, due to the inability to understand the exact content of the sentence just heard. The standard division between formula and interpretation (or value) should therefore be given up when talking about the process of understanding. Interestingly, when we do this it turns out that there are 'easy' formulae, those we can understand without further help, and 'difficult' ones, which we cannot.
Kracht M. Gnosis. Journal of Philosophical Logic. 2011;40(3):397-420.
Kracht, M. (2011). Gnosis. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 40(3), 397-420. doi:10.1007/s10992-010-9156-0
Kracht, M. (2011). Gnosis. Journal of Philosophical Logic 40, 397-420.
Kracht, M., 2011. Gnosis. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 40(3), p 397-420.
M. Kracht, “Gnosis”, Journal of Philosophical Logic, vol. 40, 2011, pp. 397-420.
Kracht, M.: Gnosis. Journal of Philosophical Logic. 40, 397-420 (2011).
Kracht, Marcus. “Gnosis”. Journal of Philosophical Logic 40.3 (2011): 397-420.
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