Do T-Theories Display Senses?
 One of the central ideas in recent philosophy of language has been
the notion that a semantic theory should take the form of a theory
which delivers Tarskian truth conditions for sentences of the language
under study. Much of the interest in such theories has stemmed from
the suggestion that T-theories can deliver more than the truth
conditions of expressions, but that they can deliver the truth
conditions in a way that "shows" or "displays" the sense of the
expressions. In this paper it is argued that while it might be
advantageous if T-theories could display senses, it is in
fact far from clear that they can display senses.