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The thought expressed by a sentence is expressed by it in virtue of ordinary linguistic practices (the practices that we have imagined will be encapsulated in the definitions or elucidations of the empirical terms to be introduced into the extended Begriffsschrift), which expose the sentence to reality, and its author to the hazard of being wrong, in one way rather than another way. Once you know that, you know what the thought is that sentence expresses. 4. The truth‐conditional thesis, so seen, can be detached from more questionable features of Frege’s semantical doctrine, such as the idea that a sentence is a complex sign standing for objects called the True or the False, or is a name of a truth‐value.
A Companion to the Philosophy of Language by Bob Hale, Crispin Wright