Language, Mind and Epistemology: On Donald Davidson's Philosophy
Professor Donald Davidson is one of the most innovative and influential recent philosophers. Ranging over a variety of topics in the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and epistemology, his system of thought is unified by his inquiries into the nature of interpretation and understanding the speech and behavior of others.
Together with its introduction, Language, Mind and Epistemology examines Davidson's unified stance towards philosophy by joining American and European authors within a collection of essays, published here for the first time. The authors discuss the central topics in Davidson's latest philosophy: his holistic truth-theoretic stance towards meaning and understanding, the epistemology of interpretation and translation, the externalist viewpoint in epistemology, the anti-Cartesian approach in accounting for first person authority, the thesis of anomalous monism, and the holistic conception of the mental.
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MEANING HOLISM AND THE PROBLEM OF EXTENSIONALITY
DAVIDSONS USE OF TRUTH IN ACCOUNTING FOR MEANING
WAS 1ST WAHRHEIT?
EIGENNAMEN UND KENNZEICHNUNGENANMERKUNGEN ZUR SOGENANNTEN FREGERUSSELLTHEORIE
TWO NATURALIZED EPISTEMOLOGISTS
DAVIDSON AND QUINE ON OBSERVATION SENTENCES
EVENTS AND EXTERNALISM
CONCEPTUAL RELATIVISM AND TRANSLATION
INTERNALISM EXTERNALISM AND DAVIDSONS CONCEPTION OF THE MENTAL
DIVIDING THE SELF
WILLENSSCHWACHE WIE 1ST DAS NUR MOGLICH?
DAVIDSON ON INTENTIONAL CONTENT AND SELFKNOWLEDGE
SHARING BELIEFS AND THE MYTH OF THE SUBJECTIVE
FIRSTPERSON KNOWLEDGE AND AUTHORITY1
ABSICHTEN PRIMARGRTTNDE PRAKTISCHES DENKEN
DIALECTIC AND DIALOGUE
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