Just to clarify. Since I found myself using 'implicaturA,' and not
'implicaturE,' I see now that my 'praepositio' (in my previous post) should
always read, simply, 'propositio'! Sorry about that!
"The content of a proposition regarding Dylan's presence or absence pertainsThe Telegraph:
to this World 1 fact but the content of the proposition belongs to World 3
and not to World 1."
"[W]hen I ask about his Nobel, Dylan is all affability."
"Yes, [Dylan] is planning to turn up to the awards ceremony in Stockholm."
""Absolutely," [Dylan] says."
""If it’s at all possible.""