Philosophy of Quine

Garland (2000)
Dagfinn Føllesdal
University of Oslo
W.V. Quine (1908-) has played a crucial role in philosophy during the second half of the 20th century. These five volumes contain the most essential of the more than 2000 articles written about Quine's work. Chosen for their clarity and brevity, they cover both basic ideas as well as objections to Quine's work. These articles are a valuable resource for students and scholars; many have been previously available only in hard-to-find sources, and in addition, some have been written or translated expressly for this collection. Available individually or by volume: * Vol. 1: General, Reviews, and Analytic/Synthetic 424 pp: [0-8153-3738-8] * Vol. 2: Naturalism and Ethics 408 pp: [0-8153-3739-6] * Vol.3: Indeterminacy of Translation 416 pp: [0-8153-3740-X] * Vol. 4: Ontology 432 pp: [0-8153-3741-8] * Vol. 5: Logic 432 pp: [0-8153-3742-6].
Keywords Quine, W. V   Semantics   Logic   Ontology
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Call number B945.Q54.P48 2001
ISBN(s) 081533737X   081533737x (set)
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