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Quiddities

An Intermittently Philosophical Dictionary

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$41.00 • £32.95 • €37.00

ISBN 9780674743526

Publication Date: 03/15/1989

Short

262 pages

6 x 9 inches

Belknap Press

World

  • Alphabet
  • Altruism
  • Anomaly
  • Artificial Languages
  • Atoms
  • Beauty
  • Belief
  • Classes versus Properties
  • Classes versus Sets
  • Communication
  • Complex Numbers
  • Consonant Clusters
  • Constructivism
  • Copula
  • Creation
  • Decimals and Dimidials
  • Definition
  • Discreteness
  • Etymology
  • Euphemism
  • Excluded Middle
  • Extravagance
  • Fermat’s Last Theorem
  • Formalism
  • Freedom
  • Free Will
  • Functions
  • Future
  • Gambling
  • Gender
  • Godel’s Theorem
  • Ideas
  • Identity
  • Idiotisms
  • Impredicativity
  • Infinite Numbers
  • Inflection
  • Information
  • Kinship of Words
  • Knowledge
  • Language Drift
  • Language Reform
  • Latin Pronunciation
  • Lines
  • Longitude and Latitude
  • Marks
  • Mathematosis
  • Meaning
  • Mind versus Body
  • Misling
  • Natural Numbers
  • Necessity
  • Negation
  • Paradoxes
  • Phonemes
  • Plurals
  • Predicate Logic
  • Prediction
  • Prefixes
  • Prizes
  • Pronunciation
  • Real Numbers
  • Recursion
  • Redundancy
  • Reference
  • Reification
  • Rhetoric
  • Semantic Switch
  • Senses of Words
  • Singular Terms
  • Space-Time
  • Syntax
  • Things
  • Tolerance
  • Trinity
  • Truth
  • Type versus Token
  • Units
  • Universal Library
  • Universals
  • Usage and Abusage
  • Use versus Mention
  • Variables
  • Zero
  • Index

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