Dialogue 59 (2):157-164 (2020)

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Olivia Sultanescu
University of Chicago
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In Donald Davidson's Triangulation Argument: A Philosophical Inquiry, Robert H. Myers and Claudine Verheggen spell out, and extensively build on, the triangulation argument advanced by Donald Davidson. This paper is an introduction to a symposium devoted to their development of that argument. The symposium began in 2018 as an authors-meet-critics session at the Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Congress, and consists in the responses of three critics, Kirk Ludwig, Alexander Miller, and Paul Hurley, followed by Verheggen's and Myers's replies. I offer a brief sketch of each of the two parts of the book, and an overview of the questions raised by the critics.
Keywords donald davidson  triangulation  semantic non-reductionism  holism  pro-attitudes  meaning
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DOI 10.1017/s0012217320000116
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