Representation, Evidence, and Justification : Themes from Suppes.

By: Frauchiger, MichaelContributor(s): Essler, Wilhelm KSeries: Lauener Library of Analytical Philosophy SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2013Copyright date: ©2008Description: 1 online resource (179 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783110323566Subject(s): Suppes, Patrick, -- 1922-;Philosophy, Modern -- 21st centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Representation, Evidence, and Justification : Themes from SuppesDDC classification: 146.4 LOC classification: B805.R47 2008ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- General Foreword -- Preface -- Laudatio for Prof. Dr. Patrick SuppesLauener Prize winner 2004Dagfinn Føllesdal∗ -- A Revised Agenda for Philosophyof Mind (and Brain)Patrick Suppes -- The Emergence of Justification in Ethics1Dagfinn Føllesdal -- Comment on Føllesdal's"The Emergence of Justification in Ethics"Patrick Suppes -- The World and the WorldsWilhelm K. Essler -- Comment on Essler's"The World and the Worlds"Patrick Suppes∗ -- In Praise of The Representation TheoremNancy Cartwright -- Comment on Cartwright's "In Praise of TheRepresentation Theorem"Patrick Suppes -- Modeling in Philosophy of ScienceStephan Hartmann -- Comment on Hartmann's"Modeling in Philosophy of Science"Patrick Suppes -- Symmetry, Invariance and Reference‡Steven French -- Comment on French's"Symmetry, Invariance and Reference"Patrick Suppes -- Interview with Patrick Suppesby Michael Frauchiger -- About the Editors.
Summary: This series assembles high-quality volumes from different domains of analytical philosophy. Here, "analytical philosophy" is broadly conceived in terms of a common methodological orientation towards clear formulation and sound argumentation; it is not defined by any philosophical position or school of thought. The series is edited on behalf of the Lauener Foundation for Analytical Philosophy.
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Intro -- Contents -- General Foreword -- Preface -- Laudatio for Prof. Dr. Patrick SuppesLauener Prize winner 2004Dagfinn Føllesdal∗ -- A Revised Agenda for Philosophyof Mind (and Brain)Patrick Suppes -- The Emergence of Justification in Ethics1Dagfinn Føllesdal -- Comment on Føllesdal's"The Emergence of Justification in Ethics"Patrick Suppes -- The World and the WorldsWilhelm K. Essler -- Comment on Essler's"The World and the Worlds"Patrick Suppes∗ -- In Praise of The Representation TheoremNancy Cartwright -- Comment on Cartwright's "In Praise of TheRepresentation Theorem"Patrick Suppes -- Modeling in Philosophy of ScienceStephan Hartmann -- Comment on Hartmann's"Modeling in Philosophy of Science"Patrick Suppes -- Symmetry, Invariance and Reference‡Steven French -- Comment on French's"Symmetry, Invariance and Reference"Patrick Suppes -- Interview with Patrick Suppesby Michael Frauchiger -- About the Editors.

This series assembles high-quality volumes from different domains of analytical philosophy. Here, "analytical philosophy" is broadly conceived in terms of a common methodological orientation towards clear formulation and sound argumentation; it is not defined by any philosophical position or school of thought. The series is edited on behalf of the Lauener Foundation for Analytical Philosophy.

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