The Philosophy of Donald Davidson (Library of Living Philosophers)

Open Court (1999)
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This volume in the series celebrates the philosophy of American Donald Davidson, whose process covers different types of philosophy. Admired for developing a system based on his theory of mind and language, he considers two of his most central interests to be the concepts of truth and objectivity.



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