Objectivity and the Parochial

Oxford University Press (2011)
What laws of logic say -- Frege's target -- The twilight of empiricism -- Psychologism -- Morally alien thought -- To represent as so -- The proposition's progress -- Truth and merit -- The shape of the conceptual -- Thought's social nature -- Faust's way.
Keywords Objectivity  Thought and thinking
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Call number BD220.T73 2011
ISBN(s) 9780199596218   0199596212
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