While reading through the book on logics. I came across this paragraph.
Paragraph is as-is from the book: Outline of Logic (Schaum's)
At this point we give a rigorous formulation of the intended interpretation (semantics) of the five logical operators. The semantics of an expression is its contribution to the truth or falsity of sentences in which it occurs.
I am little bit confuse here with the usage of the word semantics. As far as I know, intended interpretation has more to do with hermeneutics than semantics. Upon looking for the definition of both the words, I got little bit more confused.
Merriam Webster defines hermeneutic as "a method or principle of interpretation." and semantic as "of or relating to meaning in language. "
My Question: Intended interpretation means semantics or hermeneutics?