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  1. A. B. Levison & I. Thalberg (1969). Essential and Causal Explanations of Action. Mind 78 (309):91-101.
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  2. A. B. Levison (1965). Logic, Language, and Consistency in Tarski's Theory of Truth. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 25 (3):384-392.
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  3. A. B. Levison (1964). Wittgenstein and Logical Necessity. Inquiry 7 (1-4):367-373.
    An attempt is made to show that Wittgenstein's later philosophy of logic is not the kind of conventionalism which is often ascribed to him. On the contrary, Wittgenstein gives expression to a “mixed” theory which is not only interesting but tends to resolve the perplexities usually associated with the question of the a priori character of logical truth. I try to show that Wittgenstein is better understood not as denying that there are such things as “logical rules” nor as denying (...)
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  4. A. B. Levison (1964). Wittgenstein and Logical Laws. Philosophical Quarterly 14 (57):345-354.
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  5. A. B. Levison (1964). Waismann on Proof and Philosophic Argument. Mind 73 (289):111-116.
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