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How Expressivism About Language Changes The Ethics Of Healthcare
|Title:||How Expressivism About Language Changes The Ethics Of Healthcare|
|Contributors:||Weinstock, Daniel (speaker)|
|Date Issued:||03 Mar 2017|
|Description:||Expressivism is the view that the information conveyed by linguistic behaviour cannot be reduced to semantic content. Clinical interactions are irreducibly linguistic, but clinical ethics has presupposed a truth-conditional conception of language. e paper will examine the ethical implications that expressivism entails in the area of healthcare ethics.|
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5th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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