Philosophy and the Vision of Language (routledge Studies in Twentieth-century Philosophy)
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1. Introduction: Language and Structure
I. EARLY ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY
3. ‘Meaning is Use’ in the Tractatus
II. RADICAL TRANSLATION AND INTERSUBJECTIVE PRACTICE
4. Ryle and Sellars on Inner-State Reports
5. Quine’s Appeal to Use and the Genealogy of Indeterminacy
III. CRITICAL OUTCOMES
6. Wittgenstein, Kant, and the Critique of Totality
7. Thinking and Being: Heidegger and Wittgenstein on Machination and Lived-Experience
8. Language, Norms, and the Force of Reason
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