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Palgrave (2013)

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Mark Textor
King's College London
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What is judgement? This question has exercised generations of philosophers. Early analytic philosophers such as Frege, Russell and Wittgenstein as well as phenomenologists such as Brentano, Husserl and Reinach changed how philosophers think about this question. The papers in this book explore and assess their contributions and help us to retrace their steps. In doing so we will get a clearer picture of judgement and the related notion of truth.
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