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Theories and things / W.V. Quine.

Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1981.
ISBN 0674879260, 9780674879263, 0674879252, 9780674879256

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Subjects Philosophie.
Philosophy -- Miscellanea.
Description 219 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-213) and index.
Contents Things and their place in theories -- Empirical content -- What price bivalence? -- On the very idea of a third dogma -- Use and its place in meaning -- On the nature of moral values -- Five milestones of empiricism -- Russell's ontological development -- On Austin's method -- Smart's philosophy and scientific realism -- Goodman's ways of worldmaking -- On the individuation of attributes -- Intentions revisited -- Worlds Away -- Grades of discriminability -- Lewis Carroll's logic -- Kurt Godel -- Success and limits of mathematization -- On the limits of decision -- Predicates, terms, and classes -- Responses -- Postscript on metaphor -- Has philosophy lost contact with people? -- Paradoxes of plenty -- Times atlas -- Mencken's American language.
Genre Miscellanea.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7278383
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WorldCat Identities Quine, W. V.
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