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Truth, language and history [electronic resource] / Donald Davidson.

By: Davidson, Donald, 1917-2003.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford : New York : Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press, 2005Description: 1 online resource (xx, 350 p.).ISBN: 9781435633698 (electronic bk.); 1435633695 (electronic bk.); 9780198237563 (hard : alk. paper); 0198237561 (hard : alk. paper).Subject(s): Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century | Philosophy, American -- 20th century | Langage et langues -- Philosophie | Philosophie -- 20e si�ecle | Philosophie am�ericaine -- 20e si�ecle | PHILOSOPHY -- History & Surveys -- Modern | Waarheid | Taal | Logik | Wahrheit | Erkenntnistheorie | SprachphilosophieGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Truth, language and history.DDC classification: 191 Other classification: 08.25 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Truth rehabilitated (1997) -- The folly of trying to define truth (1996) -- Method and metaphysics (1993) -- Meaning, truth, and evidence (1990) -- Pursuit of the concept of truth (1995) -- What is Quine's view of truth? (1994) -- A nice derangement of epitaphs (1986) -- The social aspect of language (1994) -- Seeing through language (1997) -- James Joyce and Humpty Dumpty (1989) -- The third man (1992) -- Locating literary language (1993) -- Thinking causes (1993) -- Laws and cause (1995) -- Plato's philosopher (1985) -- The Socratic concept of truth (1992) -- Dialectic and dialogue (1994) -- Gadamer and Plato's Philebus (1997) -- Aristotle's action (2001) -- Spinoza's causal theory of the affects (1993) -- Appendix: Replies to Rorty, Stroud, McDowell, and Pereda (1998).
Summary: Continuing to explore the themes that have occupied him for more than 50 years, Donald Davidson looks at the philosophy of language, epistemology, metaphysics and the philosophy of the mind in order to make interconnections between his own views and some of the major philosophers of the past.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [335]-341) and index.

Truth rehabilitated (1997) -- The folly of trying to define truth (1996) -- Method and metaphysics (1993) -- Meaning, truth, and evidence (1990) -- Pursuit of the concept of truth (1995) -- What is Quine's view of truth? (1994) -- A nice derangement of epitaphs (1986) -- The social aspect of language (1994) -- Seeing through language (1997) -- James Joyce and Humpty Dumpty (1989) -- The third man (1992) -- Locating literary language (1993) -- Thinking causes (1993) -- Laws and cause (1995) -- Plato's philosopher (1985) -- The Socratic concept of truth (1992) -- Dialectic and dialogue (1994) -- Gadamer and Plato's Philebus (1997) -- Aristotle's action (2001) -- Spinoza's causal theory of the affects (1993) -- Appendix: Replies to Rorty, Stroud, McDowell, and Pereda (1998).

Continuing to explore the themes that have occupied him for more than 50 years, Donald Davidson looks at the philosophy of language, epistemology, metaphysics and the philosophy of the mind in order to make interconnections between his own views and some of the major philosophers of the past.

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