Toward reunion in philosophy.

Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1956.

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Subjects Filosofie.
Philosophy, Modern.
Description xv, 308 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary An examination of some of the main problems of contemporary analytic philosophy, in which it is argued that existential statements, neccessary truths and ethical judgments are not justified in fundamentally different ways.
Contents From existence to decision -- The existence of meanings -- The existence of physical objects -- The use of 'exists' -- Categories and postulates -- Metaphysics and the criterion of meaning -- A pre-positivistic view of the a priori -- The analytic and the synthetic -- Artificial rescue efforts -- The naturalistic fallacy and the nature of goodness -- Semantics and ethical discourse -- Belief, performance and justification -- Ethical argument -- Ethics, science, and logic -- The right to believe -- Beyond positivism and pragmatism -- How do we go from where?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)369567
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WorldCat Identities White, Morton, 1917-
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