Discusses difference between objective context, maintained by Kaplan and Lewis, and cognitive context, maintained by McCarthy and Giunchiglia. By Carlo Penco.
Bertrand Russell referred to several different definitions and philosophical analyses as providing "logical constructions" of certain entities and expressions. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Bernard Linsky.
Introduction to logical form, surface and deep meaning. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Paul M. Pietroski.
Article by Arkadiusz Gut, presented at the 20th World Congress in Philosophy.
To say that propositions are structured is to say that they are complex entities, entities having parts or constituents. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Jeffrey C. King.
An introductory guide by Peter Suber.
Kent Bach draws attention to several distinctions between the views of Frege and Russell in this short article.
Definitions by Roger B. Jones.
The historical development and conceptual structure of philosophical analysis; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Michael Beaney.