Year of manufacture: 1961
Author: Willard van Orman Quine
Publisher: Harper & Row
Number of Pages: 190
One of the leading representatives of modern analytical philosophy, American philosopher and logician Willard van Orman Quine (1908-2000), in essays and articles included in this book, analyzes a number of basic themes of modern philosophy - the essence of classical neopositivist empiricism (the article "Two dogmas of empiricism" ), the problem of the meaning of a sign and its relation to concepts (the articles "The problem of meaning in linguistics" and "Logic and the reification of universals"), the foundations of mathematical logic,
For philosophers and logicians.
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