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What is apparently the earliest surviving manuscript of Grice’s writing, a paper on ‘Negation and privation’ from the late 1930s, shows distinctly verificationist leanings. 1938). He argues that in such cases our knowledge is derived from inference: from our positive knowledge that the object in question is green, for instance, or from our entertainment of the proposition ‘I am hearing a noise’, together with an absence of knowledge that this proposition is true. The verificationist tendencies in this paper are apparent in Grice’s proposal to analyse natural language expressions that contain a potentially problematic term (‘not’) using logically more acceptable expressions that do not contain this term.
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