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Truth, Meaning, Justification, and Reality

Themes from Dummett

Ed. by Frauchiger, Michael

Series:Lauener Library of Analytical Philosophy 4

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    To be published:
    October 2017
    ISBN
    978-3-11-045913-5
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    This collection concentrates on vital themes from Michael Dummett, one of the most influential and creative analytic philosophers of our time. The contributors, who include some of Dummett's distinguished former students, critically reflect on various concerns of Dummett's ground-breaking work in philosophy of language, metaphysics, and philosophy of mathematics and logic. The essays direct towards aspects of Dummett's pioneering work in the history of analytical philosophy, particularly his interpretations of the works of Frege and of Wittgenstein, which in conjunction with Dummett’s own highly original ideas on truth and meaning have shaped decisive contemporary debates concerning notably the distinction between realism and anti-realism. Further, the volume includes a cheerfully serious excursion into popular philosophy by Dummett himself and reveals less known facets of Dummett's many-sided work and activities such as his political philosophy of immigration and asylum, and beyond that, his untiring and warm-hearted campaign for racial justice and humanity. Contributors: Michael Dummett, Eva Picardi, Crispin Wright, Timothy Williamson, Ian Rumfitt, Daniel Isaacson, Dag Prawitz, Dale Jacquette, Alex Burri, Michael Frauchiger.

    Details

    Approx. 200 pages
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Collection
    Keyword(s):
    Frege, Gottlob; Wittgenstein, Ludwig; antirealism; philosophy of mathematics

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    Michael Frauchiger, Lauener Foundation for Analytical Philosophy, Bern, Switzerland.

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