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27 P. T. Geach, Logic Matters, pp. 289-301, etc. 20 INTRODUCTION usually suppressed - contiguity of some logical,28 metaphysical, philosophical and scientific29 issues to the Bible. 30 Cognizance or ignorance of the existence or fictional status of semantic universals can be dismantled into two related topics : (i) The attempt to produce a generalized scheme of rules for describing the semantic domains of individual terms which are assumed to occur in the set of (or a set of) Semitic languages.
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15 For definition of this term see P. T. Geach, Logic Matters (Oxford, 1972), p. 16 84. J. Barr has given examples of this type of error (Comparative Philology and the Text of the Old Testament, pp. 291—2) albeit without employing this terminology. It is possible that since Yonick comes from a Roman influenced tradition he might have a confused notion of suppositio which neglects the distinction of sense and reference (cf. C. L. Hamblin, Fallacies (London, 1970), pp. 123-4). F°r a proper account of suppositio see P.