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Modernism and the Language of Philosophy 2006 book

Modernism and the Language of Philosophy

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Modernism and the Language of Philosophy

Category: Philosophy
edition: 1 
Authors:   
serie: Routledge Studies in Twentieth Century Philosophy 
ISBN : 0415353793, 9780415353793 
publisher: Routledge 
publish year: 2006 
pages: 225 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Book cover......Page 1
Half-Title......Page 2
Series-Title......Page 3
Title......Page 6
Copyright......Page 7
Dedication......Page 8
Contents......Page 12
Preface......Page 14
Abbreviations......Page 18
1 Introduction......Page 20
Part I Acting, not speaking......Page 30
1 Wittgenstein's Tractatus......Page 32
2 Carnap......Page 46
3 Artaud......Page 64
Part II Pre-modernism......Page 80
4 ' The way in which logic uses ideas '......Page 82
5 Sense and reference?......Page 87
6 The apparent primacy of language......Page 98
7 Leaving psychologism out......Page 104
8 ' Determining the logos from logic '......Page 109
Part III Modernism aufgehoben......Page 124
9 Representation and presentationin the present......Page 126
10 Dummett......Page 130
11 Derrida......Page 155
Epilogue......Page 185
Notes......Page 194
Bibliography......Page 203
Index......Page 208


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