By Michael Frauchiger
This assortment concentrates on important topics from Michael Dummett, probably the most influential and artistic analytic philosophers of our time. The members, who contain a few of Dummett's distinctive former scholars, seriously think of numerous matters of Dummett's ground-breaking paintings in philosophy of language, metaphysics, and philosophy of arithmetic and good judgment. The essays direct in the direction of elements of Dummett's pioneering paintings within the historical past of analytical philosophy, quite his interpretations of the works of Frege and of Wittgenstein, which together with Dummett’s personal hugely unique rules on fact and that means have formed decisive modern debates referring to significantly the excellence among realism and anti-realism. additional, the quantity incorporates a cheerfully critical day trip into renowned philosophy by way of Dummett himself and divulges much less identified points of Dummett's many-sided paintings and actions equivalent to his political philosophy of immigration and asylum, and past that, his untiring and warm-hearted crusade for racial justice and humanity. individuals: Michael Dummett, Eva Picardi, Crispin Wright, Timothy Williamson, Ian Rumfitt, Daniel Isaacson, Dag Prawitz, Dale Jacquette, Alex Burri, Michael Frauchiger.
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