Acumen, 2004. xiv+ 194 pp.£ 40.00 cloth,£ 14.95 paper These two books cover many of the same topics in Kripke's work, but approach them quite differently. Fitch is introducing readers to Kripke's thought, while Hughes is exploring in more detail a narrower range of Krip-kean themes. Hughes's book is the more philosophically rich of the two, but [Book Review]

Philosophical Books 47 (2):165-170 (2006)

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