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Truth and Interpretation

Perspectives on the Philosophy of Donald Davidson


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Truth and Interpretation by Ernest Lepore
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Twenty-seven critical essays, an introduction to Davidson's philosophy of language, and three essays by Davidson himself make up this volume. The volume's five sections correspond to the major sections of Davidson's "Inquiries into Truth and Interpretation" addressing, interpreting and further developing his views. The first section focuses on truth and meaning, the second on applications of Davidson's semantic theory, the third on radical interpretation, the fourth on language and reality and the fifth on limits of the literal.

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Ernest LePore is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University.
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June 29th, 1989
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United Kingdom
Blackwell Publishers
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