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Quasi-quotation marks/Quine/Brandom: convenient expression for generalizations that contain quotes: [p] is supposed to be a variable for the results of the use of quotation marks in the sentences about which the variable is: reversed order of operation as with the ordinary quotation marks: here, p is a quote name of a letter of the alphabet.
E.g. if [a] and [b] are terms that denote straight lines, then new terms [direction of a] and [direction of b] can be defined based on the equivalence relation... is parallel to-> Geach I 206.
Quasi-quote/quasi-quotation marks/Brandom: the recognition of the definition that says the attribution of Johanna that [p] (square brackets quasi- quote) attributes to Johanna that assertive definition that would recognize Johanna if she asserted a Tokening of the same sentence p - that is, of the same lexical-syntactic type.
Expressive Vernunft Frankfurt 2000
Begründen und Begreifen Frankfurt 2001