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Everything else – and thus any possible expansions – is not counted as being part of what is said. What is said by (11) is correspondingly that Gioacchino is too old to play in the football team, whereas in (12) it is ‘merely’ said that Maria and Gioacchino are engaged. According to the maximal conception of what is said, what is said ought not only to be truth-evaluable, but also and always to state the proposition meant by U. Accordingly, the content of an uttered sentence needs (where necessary) not only to be completed, but also to be expanded.
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