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Publication Date: 10/18/2022

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368 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Editors’ Introduction. Hilary Putnam: Dialogical Philosopher
  • I. Language and Logic
    • Language, Meaning, and Reference
      • 1. Wilfrid Sellars: On Meaning and Rules (1974)
      • 2. Gareth Evans: On Reference (1983)
      • 3. Noam Chomsky: Scientism and Explaining Language (1993)
      • 4. Akeel Bilgrami: On Meaning and Belief (1993)
      • 5. Axel Mueller: On Quine and Putnam on Analyticity (2013)
      • 6. Tyler Burge: On Thought and Language (2015)
    • Logic
      • 7. George Boolos: On Logical Truths (1994)
      • 8. Charles Travis: On Mind-Independence and Quantum Logic (2001, 2002)
  • II. Realism and Antirealism
    • Conceptual Relativity
      • 9. Donald Davidson: On Conceptual Relativism (1987)
      • 10. Jennifer Case: On Conceptual Pluralism and Conceptual Relativity (2001)
    • Internal Realism
      • 11. David L. Anderson: On Internal Realism (1993)
      • 12. Richard W. Miller: On Perception and Internal Realism (1993)
      • 13. Simon Blackburn: On Internal Realism (1994)
      • 14. Michael Dummett: On Realism and Idealism (1994)
    • Empiricism and Philosophy of Science
      • 15. Ian Hacking: On Philosophy of Science (1984)
      • 16. Rudolph Carnap (Thomas Ricketts): On Empiricism and Conventionalism (1994)
      • 17. David Albert: On Quantum Mechanics (2013)
    • Philosophy of Perception
      • 18. Ned Block: On the Qualitative Character of Experience (2013)
      • 19. John McDowell: On Perception (2013)
  • III. Pragmatism and Skepticism
    • Pragmatism
      • 20. Cornel West: On Deweyan and Prophetic Pragmatism (2001)
      • 21. Robert Brandom: On Pragmatism (2002)
      • 22. Ruth Anna Putnam: On Pragmatism (2013)
    • Skepticism and Relativism
      • 23. Crispin Wright: On the Brain-in-a-Vat (1994)
      • 24. Joseph Margolis: On Relativism and Pluralism (2006)
  • IV. Morality, Politics, and Religion
    • Moral Philosophy
      • 25. Martha Nussbaum: On Moral Rules and The Golden Bowl (1983)
      • 26. David Wiggins: On Semantic Externalism (1994)
      • 27. Jürgen Habermas: On Moral Philosophy (2002)
      • 28. David Copp: On Morality and Mathematics (2006)
      • 29. Mark Timmons: On Morality (2006)
    • Philosophy of Politics and Religion
      • 30. Elizabeth Anscombe and Cora Diamond: On Religion (1997)
      • 31. Richard Rorty: On Political Hope (1998)
      • 32. Franz Rosenzweig: On Religion (2016)
  • V. Putnam’s Philosophical Forbears
    • Textual Interpretation
      • 33. Ludwig Wittgenstein (Juliet Floyd): On the Tractatus (1998)
      • 34. Burton Dreben: On Quine and Wittgenstein (2000)
      • 35. W. V. O. Quine: On Quine’s Radicality (2002)
    • Major Philosophical Influences
      • 36. 12 Philosophers—and Their Influence on Me (2008)
  • Credits
  • Index

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