This is a quotation skeleton, i.e., a quotation with just source and topic links. The quotation itself awaits copyright clearance from the copyright holder.
A quotation has a descriptive title, a source reference, and links to one or more topics of related quotations. The title summarizes the quotation. See (ThesaHelp: help with quotations) for additional information.
In the full database, about a sixteenth of the titles share a phrase of six words or more with the quoted text. If an author captures the idea succinctly, the title may use the author's words. In a some cases, a sentence is used. Quine provides a good example.
Quote: meaning is what essence becomes when it is divorced from the object of reference and wedded to the word