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Theories of Knowledge and Theories of (Linguistic) Representation in Parallel Outline 3

0. In the previous posts in this series, conveniently listed in the one immediately preceding this one, I have spelled out parallel sets of defining theses of some fundamental theories of knowledge, on the one hand, and theories of, first, … Continue reading

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Thomas Nagel’s Several Realisms

1. As I said in my immediately previous post, one of the lines of pursuit of the aims of After Aristotle is that of “engaging myself in the major issues animating the contemporary philosophical conversation.” One such issue is that … Continue reading

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