Review: Soames on Quine and Davidson [Book Review]
Philosophical Studies 135 (3):439-449 (2007)
A discussion of Quine and Davidson, as interpreted and criticized in Scott Soames' "Philosophical Analysis in the Twentieth Century, Volume II"
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