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Title: Thought, Function, and Form: The language of physics Add Dissertation
Author: Bradley Tice Update Dissertation
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Institution: The American College of Metaphysical Theology, Doctor of Philosophy in Metaphysics
Completed in: 2002
Linguistic Subfield(s): Philosophy of Language;
Subject Language(s): English
Director(s): Jay Wise

Abstract: The research will consist of a Lexical-Semantic Model of Analysis that will be used
to correlate a concept with a mental dictionary (lexical) and the appropriateness of
that word meaning (semantics) to the conceptual meaning of the object or process
being defined [1].

[1] Tice, B.S. (2002/2004) Thought, Function, and Form: The Language of Physics.
Bloomington: 1st Books Library, 2004.