Even the most concrete nouns don’t really label things: the case of ‘chair’

Let’s start by looking at some very concrete nouns, the kind that most readily submit to the idea of a word being a label for a thing, and see that even in this best-case scenario, that idea is really quite limited. Following tradition, we can take the word chair as our first example. Chair is often ... Read more

 

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