Semântica para Pejorativos: Contra-argumentos à Inocência Semântica

Polêmica 18 (1):37-49 (2018)
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Abstract
The pejorative have been the object of a growing literature in philosophy. Hom and May (2013) defend the Semantic Innocence thesis to explain a depreciative force of the pejoratives, receiving attacks from Sennet and Copp (2014). The purpose of this article is to present contributions to this discussion, defending the Semantic Innocence thesis of the attacks received from Sennet and Copp (2014), but presenting a new argument against its pretensions, showing that the Semantic Innocence thesis fails to recognize the derogatory character of insults whose neutral counterpart is false.
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