Logic & art; essays in honor of Nelson Goodman. Richard Rudner and Israel Scheffler, editors.
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Rudner, Richard S.
ix, 330 p. illus. 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Space-time and individuals, by J.J.C. Smart.--Empirical and conventional elements in certain numerical laws, by B.R. Grunstra.--The consequences, by R.J. Ackermann.--Metaphors for the mind, by C.M. Turbayne.--Other minds, by H. Putnam.--Origins of problem solving strategies in skill acquisition, by J.S. Bruner.--The "what" and the "how": perspective representation and the phenomenal world, by E.H. Gombrich.--Pictures, representation, and the understanding, by M.W. Wartofsky.--On seeing what we shall see, by R. Rudner.--Axioms for functional calculi of higher order, by A. Church.--Algebraic logic and predicate functors, by W.V. Quine.--On pragmatics, the meta-theory of science, and subjective intensions, by R.M. Martin.--Ambiguity: an inscriptional approach, by I. Scheffler.--A remark on deductive principles, by J.S. Ullian.--If-iculties, C.L. Stevenson.--On what could have happened, by M. White.--Writings of Nelson Goodman (p. 237-330)
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