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The Resource Language, mind, and ontology, 1998, edited by James E. Tomberlin

Language, mind, and ontology, 1998, edited by James E. Tomberlin

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Language, mind, and ontology, 1998
Title
Language, mind, and ontology, 1998
Statement of responsibility
edited by James E. Tomberlin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
ABC
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Noûs
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1942-
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Tomberlin, James E.
Series statement
Philosophical perspectives
Series volume
12
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  • Language and languages
  • Ontology
Label
Language, mind, and ontology, 1998, edited by James E. Tomberlin
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"A supplement to Noûs."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Actions, norms, and practical reasoning
  • Robert Brandom
  • Semantics for opaque contexts
  • Kirk Ludwig and Greg Ray
  • Proportionality and mental causation : a fit?
  • Matthew McGrath
  • Identity and general similarity
  • Harry Deutsch
  • Reference and description revisited
  • Frank Jackson
  • Computer proof, apriori knowledge, and other minds
  • Some reflections on the sport of language
  • Mark Norris Lance
  • Three norms of assertibility, or how the MOA became extinct
  • Huw Price
  • Commitment
  • Mark Richard
  • Rules and powers
  • C.B. Martin and John Heil
  • Facts, truth conditions, and the skeptical solution to the rule-following paradox
  • Scott Soames
  • Tyler Burge
  • Numbers, minds, and bodies : a fresh look at mind-body dualism
  • John O'Leary-Hawthorne and Jeffrey K. McDonough
  • Mind the gap
  • David Papineau
  • Broadness of the mental : some logical considerations
  • Timothy Williamson
  • Division of phenomenal labor : a problem for representational theories of consciousness
  • Karen Neander
  • Narrow representationalist account of qualitative experience
  • Georges Rey
  • Subject verb object class I
  • Inverted earth, swampman, and representationism
  • Michael Tye
  • In defense of the representational theory of qualia (replies to Neander, Rey, and Tye)
  • William G. Lycan
  • Naturalism, actualism, and ontology
  • James E. Tomberlin
  • Putting metaphysics first : a response to James Tomberlin
  • Michael Devitt
  • Actualism, quantification, and contextual semantics
  • Terence Horgan
  • Joseph Almog
  • Subject verb object class II
  • Joseph Almog
  • Why holism is harmless and necessary
  • Akeel Bilgrami
Control code
40226746
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
509 p.
Label
Language, mind, and ontology, 1998, edited by James E. Tomberlin
Publication
Note
"A supplement to Noûs."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Actions, norms, and practical reasoning
  • Robert Brandom
  • Semantics for opaque contexts
  • Kirk Ludwig and Greg Ray
  • Proportionality and mental causation : a fit?
  • Matthew McGrath
  • Identity and general similarity
  • Harry Deutsch
  • Reference and description revisited
  • Frank Jackson
  • Computer proof, apriori knowledge, and other minds
  • Some reflections on the sport of language
  • Mark Norris Lance
  • Three norms of assertibility, or how the MOA became extinct
  • Huw Price
  • Commitment
  • Mark Richard
  • Rules and powers
  • C.B. Martin and John Heil
  • Facts, truth conditions, and the skeptical solution to the rule-following paradox
  • Scott Soames
  • Tyler Burge
  • Numbers, minds, and bodies : a fresh look at mind-body dualism
  • John O'Leary-Hawthorne and Jeffrey K. McDonough
  • Mind the gap
  • David Papineau
  • Broadness of the mental : some logical considerations
  • Timothy Williamson
  • Division of phenomenal labor : a problem for representational theories of consciousness
  • Karen Neander
  • Narrow representationalist account of qualitative experience
  • Georges Rey
  • Subject verb object class I
  • Inverted earth, swampman, and representationism
  • Michael Tye
  • In defense of the representational theory of qualia (replies to Neander, Rey, and Tye)
  • William G. Lycan
  • Naturalism, actualism, and ontology
  • James E. Tomberlin
  • Putting metaphysics first : a response to James Tomberlin
  • Michael Devitt
  • Actualism, quantification, and contextual semantics
  • Terence Horgan
  • Joseph Almog
  • Subject verb object class II
  • Joseph Almog
  • Why holism is harmless and necessary
  • Akeel Bilgrami
Control code
40226746
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
509 p.

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