Kirk on Quine's reasons for indeterminacy of translation

Philosophical Studies 27 (6):427 - 431 (1975)
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An argument given by kirk ("analysis" 33.6) against quine's 1970 defense of his indeterminacy thesis is discussed. It is shown that kirk's claim that quine's argument is self-Defeating is unacceptable
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