Quine

Routledge (2007)
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Overview: Quine's naturalism -- Quine's philosophical background: beginnings; logic; Carnap -- The analytic-synthetic distinction -- Reconceiving epistemology -- The beginnings of cognitive language: shared responses to stimulation and observation sentences -- Beyond the observation sentences -- Theory and evidence -- Radical translation and its indeterminacy -- Quinean metaphysics: limning the structure of reality -- A framework for theory: the role of logic -- Extensionality, reference, and singular terms -- Ontology, physicalism, realism -- Minds, beliefs, and modality.
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Call number B945.Q54.H95 2007
ISBN(s) 0415063981   9780415063982   0415780071
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