There is a man named Pierre, and Pierre learns that Skaowsky is a famous polish pianist. He also learns that Skaowsky refers to a famous politician. Now, Pierre believes that no politician can produce good music, and thus, since Skaowsky is a politician he therefor cannot be a great pianist.
This argument depends upon something called "the Disquotational Principle." This principle holds:
If S means P and a speaker understands and sincerely accepts (assents) to S, the the speaker believes P.
DO ANY OF YOU THINK THAT THE PREVIOUS PRINCIPLE IS VALID? HOW WOULD ADJUST IT?