Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations
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Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations is a peer-reviewed philosophy journal that publishes articles that treat the foundations of language; the journal deals with linguistic and philosophical issues.
Examples of papers
Nick Bostrom published in the journal in 2006 (vol. 5) ("The Transhumanist FAQ") and in 2005 (vol. 5) ("What is a Singleton?"). Michael Della Rocca published in the journal of 2008 (vol. 7) ("The Identity of Indiscernibles and the Articulability of Concepts").
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