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ISBN 9780674948372

Publication Date: 01/01/1976

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350 pages

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  • 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

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