Ineffability and Philosophy

Routledge (2005)
Are there truths, states of affairs or knowledge that cannot be put into words? This book distinguishes several varieties and grades of ineffability and tries to ascertain whether they are coherent notions and whether they actually obtain. It is concluded that the weaker grades of ineffability do obtain, and that even the strongest grades have not been shown to be incoherent.
Keywords Ineffable, The
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Call number B105.I533.K85 2005
ISBN(s) 0415339707   9780415339704
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Guy Bennett‐Hunter (2015). Divine Ineffability. Philosophy Compass 10 (7):489-500.
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