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    • Orientation and ambiguity - on a decisive hermeneutical dimension in Dirkie Smit's theological thinking 

      Fouche, Leon (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
      This essay explores Dirkie Smit’s theological thinking from a hermeneutical perspective. Smit’s linking up with Karl Barth’s view on confessing, as can be seen in the Accompanying Letter of the Belhar Confession, is taken ...
    • A note on mental content in the Causal Theory 

      Smit, J. P. (Stellenbosch University, Department of General Linguistics, 2013)
      Kripke's causal theory requires that downstream users of a name must have the intention to use the name in the same way that upstream users did. Kripke, however, has demonstrated no need for this requirement qua independent ...