"How Cappelen/Lepore-Style Truth-Conditionism Cannot be Saved". Pragmatic Perspectives on Language and Linguistics I: Speech Actions in Theory and applied Studies (2010), 101–125.

In a recent paper, “Meaning Theory and Communication”, Claire Horisk sets out to defend the truth-conditionist conception of meaning which Herman Cappelen & Ernie Lepore assume in several recent writings. The present paper argues that her arguments are not convincing; it additionally recalls several independent reasons why truth-conditionist conceptions of meaning are not very plausible from the start. The conclusion suggested is that the truth-conditionist foundation on which Cappelen & Lepore's account rests, is corrupt.