Philosophers strongly associated with the analytic tradition of 20th-century and contemporary thought. Philosophers Analytic Philosophy Philosophy Society.
A philosopher is someone who practices philosophy, which involves rational inquiry into areas that are outside of either theological dogma or science. (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: A philosopher is someone who practices philosophy, which involves rational inquiry into areas that are outside either theology or science. The term "philosopher" comes from the Ancient Greek meaning "lover of wisdom". The coining of the term has been attributed to the Greek thinker Pythagoras.
- Sage (philosophy) - A sage, in classical philosophy, is someone who has attained the wisdom which a philosopher seeks. The first to make this distinction is Plato, through the character of Socrates, within the Symposium.
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- Article John Austin www
Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Brian Bix, Austin, reviewing this thinker's life, influences and views, and criticisms made by other philosophers. John Austin.
- Text A. J. Ayer to Harrod, 2 December 1933 www
Text of two letters in which Ayer lays out his thoughts on verification. A. J. Ayer to Harrod, 2 December 1933.
- Excerpt Language Truth Logic and God www
Excerpt from Ayer's 1946 Language Truth and Logic. Language Truth Logic and God.
- Book The Mind and its Place in Nature www
Book by C. Mind and its Place in Nature.D. Broad. First published in 1925. The Mind and its Place in Nature.
- C. Reality www
C. Reality. D. Broad's entry in Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, ed. James Hastings et al, Vol. 10 (Edinburgh and New York, 1919): 587-592. Reality.
- His Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Rudolf Carnap www
His life and work, Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Rudolf Carnap, by Mauro Murzi. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Rudolf Carnap.
- Article Wikipedia: Rudolf Carnap www
Article discussing the philosophers life and ideas. Wikipedia: Rudolf Carnap.
- An The Reistic, or Concretistic, Approach www
An article by Tadeusz Kotarbinski. Reistic, or Concretistic, Approach. First published in Mysl Wspolczesna, 1949. The Reistic, or Concretistic, Approach.
- Article Kripkenstein: Rule and Indeterminacy www
Article by Xin Sheen Liu, Rule and Indeterminacy, of Syracuse University, presented at the 20th World Congress of Philosophy. Comparative approach, covering indeterminacy theses of Kripke, Wittgenstein and Quine. Kripkenstein: Rule and Indeterminacy.
- An Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language www
An electronic companion to this text by Kripke, Rules and Private Language, including commentary, bibliographies, and biographical information on Kripke. Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language.
- Review Review of `Origins of Analytical Philosophy' www
Review by Mitchell Green of the book by Michael Dummett, `Origins of Analytical Philosophy', which locates the origins of the gulf between analytical philosophy and phenomenology in some apparently minor divergences in the thought of Frege and Husserl about the relationship between concepts and language. Review of `Origins of Analytical Philosophy'.
- Article Analytic Philosophy www
Article by Roger Jones on this tradition and its development from Frege to Rorty. Analytic Philosophy.
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