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Quine in Dialogue

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Publication Date: 11/30/2008

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • I. Interviews
      • 1. The Ideas of Quine (1978) [by Bryan Magee]
      • 2. The Interview: Willard Van Orman Quine (1985) [by D. C. Denison]
      • 3. Quine Speaks His Mind: Interview with Willard Van Orman Quine (1988) [by Edo Pivcevic]
      • 4. Philosophy (1993) [by Steven Vita]
      • 5. W. V. Quine: Perspectives on Logic, Science, and Philosophy (1994) [by Bradley Edmister and Michael O’Shea]
      • 6. Twentieth-Century Logic (1994) [by Giovanna Borradori]
      • 7. Interview with Willard Van Orman Quine (1994) [by Lars Bergström and Dagfinn Føllesdal]
      • 8. There Is Always a Further Step (1998) [by Olaf Brill]
  • II. Quine on Other Philosophers
    • Correspondence
      • 9. Logical Correspondence with Russell (1937–1967)
    • Articles
      • 10. Thoughts on Reading Father Owens (1967)
      • 11. Carnap’s Positivistic Travail (1984)
      • 12. Events and Reification (1985)
      • 13. Carnap (1987)
      • 14. Charles Sanders Peirce (1989)
      • 15. Let Me Accentuate the Positive (1990)
      • 16. Exchange between Donald Davidson and W. V. Quine Following Davidson’s Lecture (1994)
      • 17. Foreword to Kurt Gödel, Unpublished Philosophical Essays (1994)
      • 18. Where Do We Disagree? (1999)
    • Reviews
      • 19. Review of Rudolf Carnap’s Logische Syntax der Sprache (1935)
      • 20. Probability. Review of Harold Jeffreys’s Scientific Inference (1937)
      • 21. Review of Nelson Goodman’s Structure of Appearance (1951)
      • 22. Review of Peter Thomas Geach’s Reference and Generality (1964)
      • 23. Review of Imre Lakatos’s Proofs and Refutations (1977)
      • 24. Review of Derek Bickerton’s Roots of Language (1983)
      • 25. Review of Charles Parsons’s Mathematics in Philosophy (1984)
      • 26. Four Hot Questions in Philosophy. Review of P. F. Strawson’s Skepticism and Naturalism (1985)
    • Responses
      • 27. Replies to Professor Riska’s Eight Questions (1992)
      • 28. Comments on Neil Tennant’s “Carnap and Quine” (1994)
      • 29. Responses to Articles by Abel, Bergström, Davidson, Dreben, Gibson, Hookway, and Prawitz (1994)
      • 30. Reactions (1995)
      • 31. Responses to Essays by Smart, Orenstein, Lewis and Holdcroft, and Haack (1997)
      • 32. Response to Leemon McHenry (1997)
      • 33. Responses to Szubka, Lehrer, Bergström, Gibson, Miscevic, and Orenstein (1999)
  • III. Popular Pieces
    • 34. Introducing Piaget (1960)
    • 35. Mind/Body Problem (1963)
    • 36. Magna Carta (1963)
    • 37. On the Map (1964)
    • 38. Charting the World (1965)
    • 39. Words Enough (1969)
    • 40. Skinner Retirement Party (1974)
    • 41. A Letter to Mr. Ostermann (1975)
    • 42. Farewell Thanks at Villa Serbelloni, Italy (1975)
    • 43. Introducing Church (1975)
    • 44. Introducing Dummett (1976)
    • 45. Introducing Campbell (1977)
    • 46. Knights and Knaves. Review of Smullyan’s What Is the Name of This Book? (1978)
    • 47. Introduction to Gail Caldwell Stine Memorial Lecture (1980)
    • 48. What I Believe (1984)
    • 49. Sticks and Stones; or, The Ins and Outs of Existence (1984)
    • 50. Introducing Kripke (1984)
    • 51. Jean van Heijenoort Memorial (1986)
    • 52. Books That Mattered to Me (1986)
    • 53. To a Graduate Student in Philosophy (1988)
    • 54. Life Is Agid (1988)
    • 55. Words Are All We Have to Go On (On Philosophers’ Concern with Language) (1992)
    • 56. Hobbling the Hawkers (1992)
    • 57. Introducing Shepard (1994)
    • 58. In Memory of John Finley (1995)
    • 59. Quine /ˈkwaɪn/, Willard Van Orman (b. 1908) (1996)
    • 60. Acceptance Speech for Kyoto Prize in Creative Arts and Moral Sciences (1996)
    • 61. Tidy Parsimony (1996)
    • 62. Advice to the Next Generation (2002)
    • 63. Farewell to Me (1978)
  • Credits
  • Index

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