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  1. 9. Sense Properties and stereotypes • Objective : • Students are able to compose analytic, synthetic sentences and contradiction as well as able to explain the characteristics of each sentence. • Students are able to give examples of stereotypes of a predicate semantics heasley and hurford

  2. Sense of Properties and Stereotypes • Topics: • Sense of Properties • Analytical sentence • Synthetic sentence • Contradiction • Stereotypes semantics heasley and hurford

  3. 9. SENSE PROPERTIES AND STEREOTYPES • SENSE PROPERTIES • Analytic. Synthesis and Contradiction • STEREOTYPES • The stereotype of a predicate is the list of the typical characteristics of the predicate. semantics heasley and hurford

  4. ANALYTIC, SYNTHETIC AND CONTRADICTION ARE THESE SENTENCES TRUE? Why are they true/false A cat is an animal A cat is a mammal I saw a cat yesterday I like cats A cat is a vegetable A cat has two legs semantics heasley and hurford

  5. ANALYTIC, SYNTHETIC AND CONTRADICTION • Why are they true/false • A cat is an animal • A cat • Animal • Having 4 legs • Mammal • The sense of cat includes in the sense of animal • He likes cats • The truth depends on the situation • A cat is a vegetable • The meaning of cat does not include in the sense of vegetable semantics heasley and hurford

  6. ANALYTIC, SYNTHETIC AND CONTRADICTION Analytic sentence : the sentence is always true because of of the senses of the words in the sentence Synthetic sentence : the truth depends on the fact Contradiction : the sentence is always false because of the sense of the words in the sentence semantics heasley and hurford

  7. Conclusion Sense Properties analytic synthetic contradiction stereotypes semantics heasley and hurford