Inquiry 23 (2):213 – 232 (1980)
I am most grateful that the Editor of Inquiry has invited these scholars to comment upon my Logic and Society (hereafter LS). The symposiasts have acutely singled out a number of statements in my book that are wrong, incomplete or ambiguous. They also provide important further suggestions, supplementing my own ideas in fertile ways. And at times they fail to understand what I was trying to do, or they advance objections that I cannot accept. I shall first react to a general point raised in several of the papers, and then deal with each paper in turn.
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