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There are many typos (e.g: top of page 70, he writes ''mind-dependent'', he means, crucially, 'mind-INdependent'; bottom of that paragraph; surely 'the languages that CONTAIN them', not, as he writes, 'the languages that express them'; since when do languages express sentences?; and THE SAME PAGE: he writes 'explananda to explanans', when he means 'explananda to explanantia'). Some of the sentences don't make sense (for example: page 83, 5th line: 'those grounds'; which grounds?). There are category-errors. He doesn't specify whether he's talking about linguistic expressions or objects. It's just quite lazy. Write a better book, if it's a major introduction to the subject?