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  1. David Rynin (1966). Cognitive Meaning and Cognitive Use. Inquiry 9 (1-4):109 – 131.
    In the first part of this paper the author restates arguments made earlier against well-known criticisms of a logical nature leveled (by C. Hempel and others) against the so-called verifiability principle, which purport to show that it is at once both too restrictive and too permissive: including as cognitively meaningful, statements intuitively lacking this property, and excluding others that are generally admitted to possess it. The author claims to show that the charge that the verifiability principle is unduly permissive will (...)
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  2. David Rynin (1964). Donagan on Collingwood: Absolute Presuppositions, Truth and Metaphysics. Review of Metaphysics 18 (2):301 - 333.
  3. David Rynin (1963). On Deriving Essence From Existence. Inquiry 6 (1-4):141 – 156.
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  4. M. Schlick & David Rynin (1962). Causality in Contemporary Physics (II). British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 12 (48):281-298.
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  5. M. Schlick & David Rynin (1961). Causality in Contemporary Physics (I). British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 12 (47):177-193.
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  6. David Rynin (1960). Evidence. Synthese 12 (1):6 - 24.
    We can now see, perhaps, what merits if any this definition has. It ties in the concept of evidence with that of law, and requires us to support our claim that some fact (or statement) is evidence for another by pointing out the science, and within it the law (or what meets the tests of being acceptable as such) whose existence alone justifies us in assuming that a certain conditional statement qualifies as acceptable as nomological. Whoever claims that a certain (...)
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  7. David Rynin (1960). Non-Cognitive Synonymy and the Definability of 'Good'. Synthese 12 (4):509 - 516.
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  8. David Rynin (1960). Statements, Components and Extensionality. Inquiry 3 (1-4):153 – 179.
    The philosophically important questions concerning what can be deduced from a given statement, of what would constitute a correct analysis or translation of it, of whether to say that P is to say that Q., and others, can be clearly formulated and possibly answered only on the basis of prior clear formulations of what is to be meant by “statement component of a statement”;. This paper takes up these questions in the context of a discussion of a certain formulation of (...)
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  9. David Rynin (1957). The Autonomy of Morals. Mind 66 (263):308-317.
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  10. David Rynin (1956). The Dogma of Logical Pragmatism. Mind 65 (259):379-391.
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  11. David Rynin (1956). Vindication of L*G*C*L P*S*T*V*SM. Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 30:45 - 67.
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  12. Tadeusz Kotarbinski, Alfred Tarski & David Rynin (1955). The Fundamental Ideas of Pansomatism. Mind 64 (256):488 - 500.
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  13. Alfred Tarski, David Rynin & Tadeusz Kotarbiński (1955). The Fundamental Ideas of Pansomatism. Mind 64 (256):488 - 500.
  14. David Rynin (1949). Meaning and Formation Rules. Journal of Philosophy 46 (12):373-386.
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  15. David Rynin (1948). Definitions of "Value" and the Logic of Value Judgments. Journal of Philosophy 45 (11):281-292.
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  16. David Rynin (1947). Probability and Meaning. Journal of Philosophy 44 (22):589-597.
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  17. David Rynin (1932). The Nature of Communication. Journal of Philosophy 29 (19):505-516.
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