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By Joseph Almog, Paolo Leonardi

ISBN-10: 019536788X

ISBN-13: 9780195367881

David Kaplan's highbrow impact on twentieth century analytic philosophy has been transformative. He brought lasting concepts within the philosophy of language and philosophical common sense. simply as very important, besides the fact that, is Kaplan's method of doing philosophy; beneficiant yet incisive, his profoundly interactive kind mentored numerous generations of scholars, lots of whom give a contribution to this quantity. This quantity collects new, formerly unpublished articles on Kaplan, interpreting a large spectrum of themes starting from leading edge linguistics and the philosophy of arithmetic, to metaphysics, the principles of pragmatics, and the idea of conversation. With its historic advent and private tributes, The Philosophy of David Kaplan additionally finds a lot of Kaplan's existence and occasions, highlighting the foremost gamers of analytic philosophy of the final century, and underscoring Kaplan's enormous impression on modern philosophy.

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And neither would David. , for the author of ‘‘Opacity’’), or for the present me? It does not. Let there be quantification into nonextensional contexts. Let there be singular propositions. Let George IV believe of the author of The Lady of the Lake, de re, that he wrote Rob Roy, while doubting or wondering de dicto whether the author of The Lady of the Lake wrote Rob Roy. Let King George do this by believing the singular proposition about the author of The Lady of the Lake that he wrote Rob Roy while doubting the general proposition.

Anthony. 1989. ’’ In Themes from Kaplan, ed. Joseph Almog, John Perry, and Howard Wettstein, 67–103. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Carnap, Rudolf. 1956. ’’ In The Foundations of Science and the Concepts of Psychology and Psycholanalysis, ed. Herbert Feigl and Michael Scriven, 38–76. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Carnap, Rudolf. 1960. Meaning and Necessity: A Study in Semantics and Modal Logic. Chicago: Phoenix Press. Church, Alonzo. 1949. ‘‘Review of A. J. Ayer, Language, Truth, and Logic,’’ Journal of Symbolic Logic 14: 53.

Cf. ‘‘Dthat,’’ in P. French, T. Uehling, and H. , Contemporary Perspectives in the Philosophy of Language (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1977), 397. Second, David evidently believes that (5) says something stronger than (3). Specifically, he evidently believes that (5) requires King George to be en rapport with Scott after all—what I call a de re connection of King George to Scott—whereas (3) does not. Cf. ‘‘Afterthoughts,’’ in J. Almog, J. Perry, and H. , Themes from Kaplan (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989), 605–606 n.

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