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Croatian Journal of Philosophy
introduced the "meaning-intention problem" as an argument against certain semantic analyses that invoke hidden indexical expressions. According to the argument, such analyses are incompatible with a Gricean view of speaker's meaning, for they require speakers to refer to things about which they are ignorant, such as modes of presentation. Stephen Neale argues that a complementary problem arises due to the fact that speakers may also be ignorant of the very existence of such aphonic expressions.fatcat:6ej2grau4bfpreaoznyswlkz3i