Sophos 1 (12):189-195 (2019)

The text is translated from W.V.O.Quine: From a Logical Point of View. Harvard University Press. Second Edition, 1980. pp. 130-139
Keywords Quine, epistemology, logic, ontology, ideology, theory
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