Descriptive nature of the language and the problem of truth
language communication suggests a possibility to agree on certain statements between interlocutors and so an ability to ascertain verity of the statement. concerning possible truth value reference of the statement to the expressed situation may only be descriptive (figurative). stimulus interpretation of language statements and their elements cannot be regarded as satisfactory. situations and events of our world correlate to our pictures and only owing to the possibility of figuring such pictures these situations stand out the world as meaningful unities. interpretation of descriptive (figurative) correlation has no need neither in mediation of the “logical form”, nor in any structural similarity between sentences and situations they describe.