Cover: The Ways of Paradox and Other Essays in PAPERBACK

The Ways of Paradox and Other Essays

Revised and Enlarged Edition

Product Details

PAPERBACK

Print on Demand

$43.00 • £37.95 • €39.95

ISBN 9780674948372

Publication Date: 01/01/1976

Short

350 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

World

Add to Cart

Media Requests:

Related Subjects

  • 1. The Ways of Paradox (1961)
  • 2. On a Supposed Antinomy (1952)
  • 3. Foundations of Mathematics (1964)
  • 4. On the Application of Modern Logic (1960)
  • 5. Homage to Rudolf Carnap (1970)
  • 6. Logic as a Source of Syntactical Insights (1960)
  • 7. Vagaries of Definition (1972)
  • 8. Linguistics and Philosophy (1968)
  • 9. The Limits of Knowledge (1972)
  • 10. Necessary Truth (1963)
  • 11. Truth by Convention (1935)
  • 12. Carnap and Logical Truth (1954)
  • 13. Implicit Definition Sustained (1964)
  • 14. Mr. Strawson on Logical Theory (1953)
  • 15. Three Grades of Modal Involvement (1953)
  • 16. Reply to Professor Marcus (1962)
  • 17. Quantifiers and Propositional Attitudes (1955)
  • 18. A Logistical Approach to the Ontological Problem (1939)
  • 19. On Carnap’s Views on Ontology (1951)
  • 20. Ontological Reduction and the World of Numbers (1964)
  • 21. On Mental Entities (1952)
  • 22. The Scope and Language of Science (1954)
  • 23. Posits and Reality (1955)
  • 24. On Simple Theories of a Complex World (1960)
  • 25. On Multiplying Entities (1966–74)
  • 26. Ontological Remarks on the Propositional Calculus (1934)
  • 27. The Variable (1972)
  • 28. Algebraic Logic and Predicate Functors (1970)
  • 29. Truth and Disquotation (1970)
  • References
  • Index

Recent News

Black lives matter. Black voices matter. A statement from HUP »

From Our Blog

The Burnout Challenge

On Burnout Today with Christina Maslach and Michael P. Leiter

In The Burnout Challenge, leading researchers of burnout Christina Maslach and Michael P. Leiter focus on what occurs when the conditions and requirements set by a workplace are out of sync with the needs of people who work there. These “mismatches,” ranging from work overload to value conflicts, cause both workers and workplaces to suffer