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Logic & art : essays in honor of Nelson Goodman / Richard Rudner and Israel Scheffler, editors

Publisher Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill
Year [c1972]
Codes ID=2000221808 NCID=BA06568830

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Language English
Size ix, 330 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents Space-time and individuals, by J. J. C. Smart
Empirical and conventional elements in certain numerical laws, by B. R. Grunstra
The consequences, by R. J. Ackermann
Metaphors for the mind, by C. M. Turbayne
Other minds, by H. Putnam
Origins of problem solving strategies in skill acquisition, by J. S. Bruner
The "what" and the "how": perspective representation and the phenomenal world, by E. H. Gombrich
Pictures, representation, and the understanding, by M. W. Wartofsky
On seeing what we shall see, by R. Rudner
Axioms for functional calculi of higher order, by A. Church
Algebraic logic and predicate functors, by W. V. Quine
On pragmatics, the meta-theory of science, and subjective intensions, by R. M. Martin
Ambiguity: an inscriptional approach, by I. Scheffler
A remark on deductive principles, by J. S. Ullian
If-iculties, C. L. Stevenson
On what could have happened, by M. White
Writings of Nelson Goodman (p. 237-330)
Notes Includes bibliographical references
Authors Goodman, Nelson
Rudner, Richard S. ed
Scheffler, Israel ed
Subjects LCSH:Philosophy -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:B29

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