Quine Ways Of Paradox And Other Essays About Love

W. V. Quine's Professional Essays, Articles, Abstracts, and one Fictional Short Story

Eddie Yeghiayan's bibliography of W. V. Quine's works (Special Collections, Main Library, University of California, Irvine, CA ) is a comprehensive resource with search capabilities and listings of all translations and reprints (some papers have appeared in dozens of forms) through 1977. Multiple additions in July 2002 directly from Quine's archives (marked by "*" next to date) and from the exhaustive bibliographies (marked by "+" next to date) in The Philosophy of W. V. Quine (P. A. Schilpp, editor) and Essays on the Philosophy of W. V. Quine (R. W. Shahan and Chris Swoyer, editors). Information also added about books containing reprints of articles and essays.

  • 1932. A Note on Nicod's Postulate in Mind (July 1932), 41(163): 345-350
  • 1933. A Theorem in the Calculus of Classes in Journal of the London Mathematical Society (April 1933), 8(30):89-95
  • 1933. The Logic of Sequences in (Summaries of Theses, Harvard (1932), 335 - 338
  • 1934. Ontological Remarks on the Propositional Calculus in Mind (October 1934), 43(172): 472-476 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Ways of Paradox]
  • 1934.+ Report on Whitehead's Logical Definitions of Extension, Class, and Number in American Mathematics Monthly 41: 129 - 131
  • 1934. A Method of Generating Part of Arithmetic without Use of Intuitive Logic in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Monthly (October 1934), 40(10): 753-761 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1935.+ A unified calculus of propositions, classes, and relations (abstract) in Bulletin American Mathematical Society 41: 338
  • 1936. Concepts of Negative Degree. in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (January 15, 1936), 22(1): 40-45
  • 1936. A Theory of Classes Presupposing No Canons of Type. in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (May 15, 1936), 22(5): 320-326
  • 1936. A Reinterpretation of Schönfinkel's Logical Operators. in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society (February 1936), 42: 87-89
  • 1936. Definition of Substitution. in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society (August 1936), 42: 561-569 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1936. On the Axiom of Reducibility. in Mind (October 1936), 45(180): 498-500
  • 1936. Toward a Calculus of Concepts. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (March 1936), 1(1): 2-25
  • 1936. Set-Theoretic Foundations for Logic. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1936), 1(2): 45-57 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1936. Truth By Convention in Philosophical Essays for A. N. Whitehead, O. H. Lee (editor), New York: Longmans, pp. 90 - 124 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1937. New Foundations for Mathematical Logic. in The American Monthly (February 1937), 44(2): 70-80 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's From A Logical Point of View]
  • 1937. On Derivability. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1937), 2(3): 113-119
  • 1937. On Cantor's Theorem. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1937), 2(3): 120-124
  • 1937. Logic Based on Inclusion and Abstraction. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (December 1937), 2(4): 145-152 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1937.+ Is logic a matter of words? (abstract) in Journal of Philosophy 34: 674
  • 1938. Completeness of the Propositional Calculus. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (March 1938), 3(1): 37-40 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1938. On the Theory of Types. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (December 1938), 3(4): 125-139 [reprinted in Klemke, 1970]]
  • 1939. Designation and Existence.Journal of Philosophy (December 21, 1939), 36(26): 701-709 [reprinted partially in W. V. Quine's From A Logical Point of View]
  • 1939. Relations and Reason.Technology Review (1939), 41: 299-301, 324-327 [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1939. A Logistical Approach to the Ontological Problem. in Journal of Unified Science = Erkenntnis (1939), 9: 84-89. [Preprints only (German invasion)] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1940. (with Nelson Goodman.) Elimination of Extra-Logical Postulates. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1940), 5(3): 104-109 [reprinted in Goodman, 1972]
  • 1940.+ Mathematical Logic (report of book completed with the support of a Penrose Fund grant) in Year Book of American Philosophical Society (1940): pp. 230-231
  • 1941. Element and Number.Journal of Symbolic Logic (December 1941), 6(4): 135-149 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1941. Whitehead and the Rise of Modern Logic. in Philosophy of A. N. Whitehead, P. A. Schilpp (editor), LaSalle: Open Court, pp. 125 - 163 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1941-1942. Russell's Paradox and Others. in Technology Review (1941-42), 44: 16-17
  • 1942. Reply to Professor Ushenko.Journal of Philosophy (January 25, 1942), 39(3): 68-71. Reply to Professor Ushenko's Dr. Quine's Theory of Truth-Functions, pp. 64-67.
  • 1942. On Existence Conditions for Elements and Classes.Journal of Symbolic Logic (December 1942), 7(4): 157-159
  • 1943. Notes on Existence and Necessity. in Journal of Philosophy (March 4, 1943), 40(5): 113-127. [Translation from W. V. Quine's original Portuguese O sentido da nova lógica ( São Paulo: Livraria Martins editora, 1944)], pp. 140-144, 146-158, 179-183 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's From A Logical Point of View]
  • 1945. On the Logic of Quantification. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (March 1945), 10(1): 1-12 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1945. On Ordered Pairs.Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1945), 10(3): 95-96 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1946. On Relations as Coextensive with Classes. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1946), 11(3): 71-72 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1946. Concatenation as a Basis for Arithmetic. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (December 1946), 11(4): 105-114 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1946.+ Translation (with introduction) of Löwenheim's manuscript On Making Indirect Proofs Direct, Class, and Number in Script and Mathematica 12: 125 - 134
  • 1946. Os Estados Unidos e o ressurgimento da logica in Vida Intellectual nos Estados Unidos , R. Amorim (editor), São Paulo: U.C.B.E.U. pp. 267 - 286
  • 1947.* The Problem of Interpreting Modal Logic. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1947), 12(2): 43-48 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's From a Logical Point of View] [reprinted in 1967. Contemporary Readings in Logical Theory, Irving M. Copi and James A. Gould (editors)]
  • 1947.+ On the problem of universals (abstract) in Journal of Symbolic Logic 12: 31
  • 1947. On Universals. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1947), 12(3): 74-84 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's From a Logical Point of View]
  • 1947. (with Nelson Goodman.) Steps toward a Constructive Nominalism. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (December 1947), 12(4): 105-122 [reprinted in Goodman, 1972]
  • 1947.+ Letter in Carnap's Meaning and Necessity, Chicago, pp. 196f
  • 1948. On What There Is.Review of Metaphysics (September 1948), 2(5): 21-38 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's From a Logical Point of View and Quintessence]
  • 1949. On Decidability and Completeness. in Synthese (1948-49), 7: 441-446
  • 1950. On Natural Deduction.Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1950), 15(2): 93-102
  • 1950. Identity, Ostension, and Hypostasis. in Journal of Philosophy (October 26, 1950), 47(22): 621-633 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's From a Logical Point of View]
  • 1950.+ Information patterns for games in extensive form (abstract with W. D. Krentel and J. C. C. McKinsey) in Proceedings of International Congress of Mathematics 1 [see published paper in 1951]
  • 1951.* The Ordered Pair in Number Theory. pp. 84 - 87 in Structure Method and Meaning: Essays in Honor of Henry M. Sheffer, Paul Henle, Horace M. Kallen, Susanne K. Langer (editors), The Liberal Arts Press, New York
  • 1951. Ontology and Ideology.Philosophical Studies (1951), 2: 11-15 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's From a Logical Point of View]
  • 1951. On Carnap's Views on Ontology. in Philosophical Studies (October 1951), 2(5): 65-72 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1951. Semantics and Abstract Objects. in Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (July 1951), 80(1): 90-96 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's From a Logical Point of View]
  • 1951.* [Rejoinder to Mr. Geach] On What There Is. III in Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume (1951), 25: 149-160. Third part of Freedom, Reality, and Language: Aristotelian Society and The Mind Association joint session at Edinburgh, July 6 - 8, 1951 symposium on On What There Is with Peter Geach (pp. 125-136) and A.J. Ayer (pp. 137-148).
  • 1951. (with J.C.C. McKinsey and W.D. Krentel.) A Simplification of Games in Extensive Form. in Duke Mathematical Journal (1951), 18: 885-900.
  • 1951. On the Consistency of `New Foundations'. in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (August 15, 1951), 37(8): 538-540
  • 1951. Two Dogmas of Empiricism.Philosophical Review (January 1951), 60(1): 20-43 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's From A Logical point of View and Quintessence]
  • 1951.+ Some theorems on definability and decidability (abstract with Alonzo Church) in Journal of Symbolic Logic 16: 239 - 240 [see paper in 1952]
  • 1951. It Tastes Like Chicken in Furioso: Winter 1951 37 - 39; REPRINTED 1989. It Tastes Like Chicken in Delos: Spring 1989 pp. 139 - 141
  • 1952. On an Application of Tarski's Theory of Truth. in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (May 15, 1952), 38(5):430-433 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1952.+ Preface to Joseph Clark Conventional Logic and Modern Logic.., Woodstock, pp. v - vii [reprinted in Bynum, 1971]
  • 1952. The Problem of Simplifying Truth Functions. in American Mathematical Monthly (October 1952), 59:521-531 [reprinted in Swartzlander, 1973]
  • 1952. (with Alonzo Church.) Some Theorems of Definability and Decidability. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1952), 17(3): 179-187.
  • 1952. (with William Craig.) On Reduction to a Symmetric Relation. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1952), 17(3): 188
  • 1952.+ The problem of simplifying truth functions (abstract) in Journal of Symbolic Logic 17: 156 [see papers in later years]
  • 1953. On w-Inconsistency and a so-called Axiom of Infinity. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1953), 18(2): 119-124 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1953. On a so-called Paradox.Mind (January 1953), 62(245): 65-67 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1953. Mr. Strawson on Logical Theory. in Mind (October 1953), 62(248): 433-451 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1953. On Mental Entities.Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1953), 80(3): 198-203 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1953.+ Two Theorems About Truth Functions. in Boletin de la Sociedad Matemática Mexicana (1953), 10: 64-70. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1953. Dos teremas sobre funciones de verdad. in Boletin de la Sociedad Matemática Mexicana (1953), 10: 64-70. Spanish translation by Gonzalo Zubieta of Two Theorems about Truth Functions.
  • 1953.+ Three Grades of Modal Involvement. in Proc. XI International Congress of Philosophy (1953), 14: pp. 65 - 81 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1954. Interpretations of Sets of Conditions.Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1954), 19(2): 97-102. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1954. Quantification and the Empty Domain. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1954), 19(3): 177-179 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1954.+ Letter on Griggs in Atlantic Monthly 194: 21
  • 1954. Reduction to a Dyadic Predicate. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1954), 19(3): 180-182 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1955. A Proof Procedure for Quantification Theory. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1955), 20(2): 141-149 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1955. A Way to Simplify Truth Functions. in American Mathematical Monthly (November 1955), 62: 627-631 [reprinted in Swartzlander, 1973]
  • 1955. On Frege's Way Out. in Mind (April 1955), 64(254): 145-159 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1956. On Formulas with Valid Cases. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (June 1956), 21(2): 148
  • 1956. Unification of Universes in Set Theory. in Journal of Symbolic Logic (September 1956), 21(3): 267-279.
  • 1956. Quantifiers and Propositional Attitudes. in Journal of Philosophy (March 1, 1956), 53(5): 177-187 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1956.+ Unification of universes in set theory (abstract) in Journal of Symbolic Logic 21: 216
  • 1957.+ Logic, Symbolic. in Encyclopedia Americana [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1957. The Scope and Language of Science. in British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (May 1957), 8(29): 1-17 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1958. Speaking of Objects. in Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association (1958), 31: 5-22 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's Word and Object]; [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Ontological Relativity and Other Essays and Quintessence]
  • 1958.+ The Philosophical Bearing of Modern Logic. in Philosophy in the Mid-Century, R. Klibansky (editor), Florence: Nuova Italia, 3f
  • 1959.+ Meaning and Translation. in 1972 On Translation, Reuben A. Brower, editor, Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA [reprinted pp. 70 - 95 in Challenges to Empiricism, Harold Morick (editor), Wadsworth Publishing Company [early version of material published in W. V. Quine's Word and Object]
  • 1959.* Willard Van Orman Quine (resume and professional biography for Harvard University's Society of Fellows). in The Society of Fellows, Crane Brinton (editor), Cambridge: Harvard University Press, pp. 214 - 216
  • 1959. On Cores and Prime Implicants of Truth Functions. in American Mathematical Monthly (November 1959), 66:755-760 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1960.+ Posits and Reality. in Basis of the Contemporary Philosophy 5, S. Uyeda (editor), Tokyo, pp. 391 - 400 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1960. Variables Explained Away. in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society (June 1960), 104(3): 343-347. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers]
  • 1960. Carnap and Logical Truth. in Synthese (December 1960), 12(4): 350-374 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1961. Reply to Professor Marcus. in Synthese (December 1961), 13(4): 323-330. Comments on Ruth Barcan Marcus' Modalities and Intensional Languages, in the same issue, pp. 303-322. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1961. Logic as a Source of Syntactical Insights. in Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics (1961), 12:1-5 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1961. A Basis for Number Theory in Finite Classes. in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society (July 1961), 67: 391-392
  • 1962. Le Mythe de la Signification in La Philosophie Analytique (Cahiers de Royaumont IV, Paris: Minuit), pp. 139-169
  • 1962. Paradox. in Scientific American (April 1962), 206(4): 84-95 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1963. On Simple Theories of a Complex World. in Synthese (1963), 15: 103-106 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox and Quintessence]
  • 1964. (with Hao Wang.) On Ordinals. in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society (March 1964), 70: 297-298
  • 1964. Implicit Definition Sustained. in Journal of Philosophy (January 16, 1964), 61(2): 71-74 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1964.+ Necessary Truth. in Voice of America Forum Letters, Philosophy of Science Series, no. 7 7 pages [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1964. Ontological Reduction and the World of Numbers. in Journal of Philosophy (March 26, 1964), 61(7): 209-216 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1964. The Foundations of Mathematics. in Scientific American (September 1964), 211(3): 113-116, 118, 120, 122, 124, 127 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1964. (with Henry D. Aiken, Burton S. Dreben, Hao Wang and Harry A. Wolfson.) Henry Maurice Sheffer. in Harvard University Gazette (December 26, 1964), 60(14): 87-88 [reprinted in Proc. and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, 1965]
  • 1964. Les Frontières de la théorie logique / Frontieres dans la theorie logique. in Études Philosophiques (April-June 1964), 19(2): 191-208. French translation by Jacques Derrida and Roger Martin.
  • 1965.* Universals. pp. 78 - 85 in Metaphysics, Charles Baylis (editor), MacMillan Company, New York [reprinted from W. V. Quine's From A Logical Point of View pages 9 - 18]
  • 1965.+ J. L. Austin, comment. in Journal of Philosophy (November 10, 1966), 62: 509 - 510
  • 1966. Russell's Ontological Development. in Journal of Philosophy (November 10, 1966), 63(21): 657, 667. Part of an APA Symposium on The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell with Carl Hempel and Hao Wang. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1967. On a Suggestion of Katz. in Journal of Philosophy (February 2, 1967), 64(2): 52-54 [reprinted in Woods and Sumner, 1970]
  • 1967.+ Thoughts on Reading Father Owens. in Proceedings VII Inter-American Congress of Philosophy 1 pp. 60 - 63 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1967.+ Introductory Notes, From Frege to Gödel., J. van Heijenoort (editor), Harvard, pp. 150-152, 216f, 355-357
  • 1968.+ Comment on "Maxwell's Paper" By W. V. Quine (London Colloquium, 1965) in Problems in Philosophy of Science, Lakatos and Musgrave (editors) [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1968.+ Comment on "Yourgrau's Paper" By W. V. Quine (London Colloquium, 1965) in Problems in Philosophy of Science, Lakatos and Musgrave (editors) [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1968. Replies. in Synthese (December 1968), 19(1-2): 264-322. Includes: [Reply] to Smart, pp. 264-266; [Reply] to Harman, pp. 267-269; [Reply] to Stenius, pp. 270-273; [Reply] to Chomsky, pp. 274-283; [Reply] to Hintikka, pp. 284-287; [Reply] to Stroud, pp. 288-291; [Reply] to Strawson, pp. 292-297; [Reply] to Geach, pp. 298-302; [Reply] to Davidson, pp. 303-305; [Reply] to Føllesdal, p. 306; [Reply] to Sellars, pp. 307-310; [Reply] to Kaplan, pp. 311-315; [Reply] to Berry, pp. 316-318; [Reply] to Jensen, pp. 319-322. [reprinted in Davidson and Hintikka, 1969]
  • 1968. Ontological Relativity. in Journal of Philosophy (April 4, 1968), 65(7): 185-212. The Dewey lectures 1968. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Ontological Relativity and Other Essays]
  • 1968. Propositional Objects. in Critica (May 1968), 2(5): 3-22 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Ontological Relativity and Other Essays]
  • 1968. Existence and Quantification. in L'Age de la Science (1968), 1: 151-164
    [also printed in the original conference proceedings: Fact and Existence: Proceedings of the University of Western Ontario Philosophy Colloquium 1966, Joseph Margolis (editor) (1969), 1-17]
    [reprinted in W. V. Quine's book Ontological Relativity and Other Essays]
  • 1968.* Implication and the Conditional. pp. 60 - 67 in Logic and Philosophy: Selected Readings, Gary Iseminger (editor), Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York [reprinted from W. V. Quine's Mathematical Logic]
  • 1968.* Aims and Claims of Regimentation. pp. 240 - 244 in Logic and Philosophy: Selected Readings, Gary Iseminger (editor), Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York [reprinted from W. V. Quine's Word and Object]
  • 1969.+ Natural Kinds. in Essays in Honor of Carl G. Hempel, N. Rescher et al (editors), Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 5 - 23 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Ontological Relativity and Other Essays]
  • 1969.* Stimulus and Meaning. in The Isenberg Memorial Lecture Series 1965-1966, 39-61 [reprinted partially in Epistemology Naturalized reprinted in Ontological Relativity and Other Essays]
  • 1969.+ Linguistics and Philosophy. in Language and Philosophy, Sidney Hook (editor) 95 - 98 [reprinted in W. V. Quine The Ways of Paradox, 2nd edition]
  • 1969.+ On Austin's Method. in Symposium on J. L. Austin, K. T. Fann (editor), Routledge, pp. 86 - 90 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1969.+ Foreward pp. ix - x in Convention by D. K. Lewis, Harvard, Cambridge
  • 1969.+ The Limits of Decision. in Akten des XIV. Internationalen Kongresses für Philosophie, 3: 57 - 62 [expanded and reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1970. Philosophical Progress in Language Theory. in Metaphilosophy (January 1970), 1(1): 2-19 [reprinted in Kiefer, 1970] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Saggi Filosofici]
  • 1970.+ Existence. pp. 89 - 103 in Physics, Logic, and History, Wolfgang Yourgrau and Allen D. Breck (editors), Plenum Press, New York [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox, 2nd edition]
  • 1970. Methodological Reflections on Current Linguistic Theory. in Synthese (October 1970), 21(3-4) & 22(1-2): 386-398 [reprinted in Davidson and Harman, 1972] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1970. Sur la tâche de la grammaire. in L'Age de la Science (1970), 3: 3-15. [Translation by Quine of part of a draft of Philosophy of Logic]
  • 1970. On the Reasons for Indeterminacy of Translation. in Journal of Philosophy (March 26, 1970), 67(6): 178-183. Comments on B.M. Humphries' Indeterminacy of Translation and Theory, in the same issue, pp. 167-178. [reprinted in Davis, 1976] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1970.+ Grades of Theoreticity. in Experience and Theory, L. Foster and J. W. Swanson (editors), Amherst: University of Massachusetts, pp. 1 - 17 [reprinted partially in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1970.+ Reply to Mr. Flexner in New York Review of Books 13(12): 38
  • 1970. Reply to D.A. Martin. in Journal of Philosophy (April 23, 1970), 67(8): 247-248. Concerns Donald A. Martin's review of W. V. Quine's book: . Set Theory and Its Logic in Journal of Philosophy (February 26, 1970), 67(4): 111-114.
  • 1970.+ Comments on Belnap (abstract) in Nous 4: 12
  • 1971.+ Predicate-functor logic (abstract) in Journal of Symbolic Logic 36: 382 [see paper in 1971]
  • 1971.+ Predicate-functor logic. pp. 309 - 315 in Proceedings of the Second Scandinavian Logic Symposium: Studies in logic and the Foundation of Mathematics volume 63, J. Fenstad (editor), North-Holland Publishing Co, Amsterdam [condensed from W. V. Quine's Algebraic Logic and Predicate Functors which was reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1971.* Epistemology Naturalized. in Akten des XIV. Internationalen Kongresses für Philosophie, 6: 87 - 103 [preprinted in W. V. Quine's Ontological Relativity and Other Essays and reprinted in Quintessence]
  • 1971.+ Homage to Carnap. in Boston Studies in Philosophy of Science 8, pp. xxii - xxv [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1972.+ Remarks for a Memorial Symposium. in Bertrand Russell, D. Pear (editor), New York: Doubleday, pp. 1 - 5
  • 1972. Reflexiones sobre el apprendizaje del lenguaje. in Teorema (1972), 6: 5-23. Quine's translation of part of a draft of his book: The Roots of Reference.
  • 1972.* Meaning and Translation. pp. 70 - 95 in Challenges to Empiricism, Harold Morick (editor), Wadsworth Publishing Company [originally published 1959; this work was an adaptation of material from W. V. Quine's Word and Object which was in preparation]
  • 1972.* On the Role of Logic in Explanation. pp. 150 - 157 in the Problem of Scientific Realism, Edward A. MacKinnon (editor), Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York [reprinted from W. V. Quine's Introduction pp. xi - xvii to Methods of Logic]
  • 1972.+ Levels of Abstraction presented at First International Conference on Unified Science, New York, November, 1972. [10 page typewritten manuscript preserved by Dr. Rolfe Leary]; being presented by Douglas Quine at the December 2014 University of Glasgow, Scotland conference on Quine and His Place In History and in press 2015 in the proceedings]
  • 1973. Vagaries of Definition. in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1973), 211: 247-250 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox without the discussion between Mathiot, Quine, Gleason, Hanks, and Kuhn]
  • 1974. Paradoxes of Plenty. in Daedalus (1974), 103(4): 38-40 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1974.+ On Popper's Negative Methodology. in The Philosophy of Karl Popper, P. A. Schilpp (editor), La Salle, IL: Open Court, pp. 218 - 220
  • 1974.* Use Versus Mention. pp. 89 - 94 in Readings in Semantics, Farhang Zabeeh, E. D. Klemke, Arthur Jacobson (editors), University of Illinois Press, Urbana [reprinted from W. V. Quine's Mathematical Logic]
  • 1974. Comments on Donald Davidson. in Synthese (July-August 1974), 27: 325-329. Comments on Donald Davidson's Belief and the Basis of Meaning, pp. 309-323.
  • 1974. Truth and Disquotation. in Proceedings 1971 Tarski Symposium, Providence: American Mathematical Society, pp. 373 - 384 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox]
  • 1974.* Truth. pp. 83 - 93 in Logic and Philosophy for Linguists: A Book of Readings J. M. E. Moravcsik (editor), Mouton & Co, The Hague [originally published as chapter 3 in W. V. Quine's The Philosophy of Logic]
  • 1974. Comments on Michael Dummett. in Synthese (July-August 1974), 27: 399. Comments on Michael Dummett's The Significance of Quine's Indeterminacy Thesis, pp. 351-397.
  • 1975. On Empirically Equivalent Systems of the World. in Erkenntnis (November 1975), 9: 313-328 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist; translated into Italian by Bruno Garofalo and reprinted as Sistemi equivalent del mondo in Bruno Garofalo (editor) Lezioni di filosofia del linguaggio (Napoli: Casa Editrice Didasco: 1980)]
  • 1975.+ Mind and Verbal Dispositions. in Mind and Language: Wolfson College Lectures, Samuel Guttenplan (editor), Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 83 - 95 [translated and reprinted in W. V. Quine's Saggi Filosofici and Quintessence] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1975.+ The Nature of Natural Knowledge. in Mind and Language: Wolfson College Lectures, Samuel Guttenplan (editor), Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 67 - 81 [translated and reprinted in W. V. Quine's Saggi Filosofici and Quintessence] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1975.+ The Variable. in Lecture Notes in Mathematics 453, Logic Colloquium, Springer-Verlag 155 - 168 (reprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox, 2nd edition)
  • 1975.+ A Letter to Mr. Ostermann. (advice to philosophers) pp. 227 - 230 in The Owl of Minerva: Philosophers on Philosophy, Charles J. Bontempo and S. Jack Odell (editors), McGraw Hill, New York ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1975.* The Nature of Natural Knowledge. pp. 441 - 450 in Mind & Language: Wolfson College Lectures 1974, Samuel Guttenplan (editor), Oxford University Press, London [reprinted in 1993. -->Foundations of Philosophy of Science: Recent Developments]
  • 1975.+ On the Individuation of Attributes. in The Logical Enterprise, R. Martin (editor), New Haven: Yale, pp. 3 - 13 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1975.+ Respuestas. in Aspectos de la Filosofia de Quine, M. Garrido (editor), Valencia: Teorema, pp. 149 - 168
  • 1976.+ Letter to Grünbaum in Harding in Erkenntnis 10: 132
  • 1976.+ Comment on Croddy in Erkenntnis 10: 103
  • 1976. Grades of Discriminability. in Journal of Philosophy (March 1976), 73(5): 113-116 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1976. Worlds Away. in Journal of Philosophy (December 1976), 22(12): 859-864. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1976.* Comment on W. S. Croddy's Paper. in Erkenntnis (April 1976), 13: 103.
  • 1976.+ Comments. in Norbert Wiener: Collected Works , volume 1, P. Masani (editor), Cambridge: MIT, pp. 225, 233
  • 1976.+ Whither Physical Objects? in Essays in Memory of Imre Lakatos: Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 39; Synthese Library volume 99, Robert S. Cohen and Marx W. Wartofsky (editors), pp. 497 - 504 [partially preprinted in W. V. Quine's The Ways of Paradox ; translated into Italian by Bruno Garofalo and reprinted as Oggetti fisici in Bruno Garofalo (editor) Lezioni di filosofia del linguaggio (Napoli: Casa Editrice Didasco: 1980)]
  • 1976.* Homage to Yehoshua Bar Hillel. page XVIII in Language in Focus: Foundations, Methods and Systems: Essays in Memory of Yehoshua Bar-Hillel. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science Volume XLIII, Synthese Library volume 89, Asa Kasher (editor)
  • 1977. A Closer Look. in Journal of Philosophy (July 1977), 74(7): 415-416
  • 1977.+ Facts of the Matter. in American Philosophy: from Edwards to Quine, R. Shahan (editor), Normal: University of Oklahoma Press, pp. 176 - 196 [reprinted in 1979. Southwestern Journal of Philosophy IX (2): 155-169; translated and reprinted in W. V. Quine's Saggi Filosofici] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1977.+ Intensions Revisited. pp. 5- 11 in Midwest Studies in Philosophy Volume II: Studies in the Philosophy of Language, Peter A. French, Theodore E. Uehling Jr, Howard K. Wettstein (editors), University of Minnesota (publisher), Morris [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things an d Quintessence]
  • 1977.* Quine and His Replies. in Revue Internationale de Philosophie Volume 51, number 202, part 4 567 - 582 Includes: [Reply] to Hintikka, pp. 567 - 568; [Reply] to Smart, pp. 569 - 570; [Reply] to Haack, pp. 571 - 572; [Reply] to Orenstein, pp. 573 - 574; [Reply] to Lewis and Holdcroft, pp. 575 - 577; [Reply] to Laugier, pp. 579 - 580; [Reply] to Lauener, pp. 581 - 582.
  • 1978. Reply to Lycan and Pappas. in Philosophia (July 1978), 7(3-4): 637-638. Reply to William G. Lycan's and George S. Pappas's Quine's Materialism. in Philosophia (1976), 6: 101-130. [translated and reprinted in W. V. Quine's Saggi Filosofici]
  • 1978. Use and Its Place in Meaning. in Erkenntnis (July 1978), 13: 1-8. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1978.+ The Ideas of Quine. in Men of Ideas, B. Magee (editor), London, pp. 168 - 179 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1978. Postscript on Metaphor. in Critical Inquiry (Autumn 1978), 5(1): 161-162. [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1978.+ On the Nature of Moral Values. in Values and Morals., A. I. Goldman and J. Kim (editors), Reidel, pp. 37 - 45 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1979.+ Comments (on Davidson) in Meaning and Use, A. Margalit (editor), Reidel, 21 - 22
  • 1979. Comments on W. Newton-Smith. in Analysis (March 1979), 39(2): 66-67. Comments on W. Newton Smith's The Underdetermination of Theory by Data. in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume (1978), 52: 71-91.
  • 1979. On Not Learning to Quantify. in Journal of Philosophy (August 1979), 76(8): 429-430.
  • 1979. Cognitive Meaning. in Monist (April 1979), 62(2): 129-142 [translated and reprinted in W. V. Quine's Saggi Filosofici] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1979.* Clauses and Classes. in Bulletin d'Information, Société Française de Logique, Methodologie et Philosophie des Sciences (1979), 6: 23-39
  • 1979.+ Kurt Gödel. in American Philosophical Association Yearbook, pp. 81 - 84 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1979. Has Philosophy Lost Contact with People? in Newsday (November 18, 1979), Part 1, Section 2: 5, 13. Rewritten by editor of Newsday. [original text printed in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1979.+ Reply to Prof. SeidelNew York Review of Books 1979), 25 (22): 49
  • 1979.+ Word of adviceBoston Herald American (newspaper), January 22, 1979: 15
  • 1980. Sellars on Behaviorism, Language, and Meaning. in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly (January-April 1980), 61(1-2): 26-30. Comments on Wilfrid Sellars' Behaviorism, Language and Meaning, pp. 3-25. [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1980. Soft Impeachment Disowned. in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly (October 1980), 61(4): 450-451 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1980. What Is It All About?American Scholar (Winter 1980-81), 50(1): 43-54. [Revised and expanded as Things and Their Place in Theories, in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things [given as the Gail Caldwell Stine Memorial Lecturer - with brief memorial comments - at Mt. Holyoke College in Massachusetts in April 1980 and soon afterward at Oakland University in Michigan, Uppsala University in Sweden, and the University of Iceland]
  • 1980.+ The Variable and Its Place In Reference. in Philosophical Subjects: Essays on the Work of P. F. Strawson, Z. van Straaten (editor), Oxford, pp. 164 - 173 [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1980. Preface to Bruno Garofalo (editor) Lezioni di filosofia del linguaggio (Napoli: Casa Editrice Didasco: 1980) with Italian Traduzione by Bruno Garofalo
  • 1981. What Price Bivalence?Journal of Philosophy (February 1981), 78(2): 90-95 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1981. Predicate Functors Revisited. in Journal of Symbolic Logic649-652 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1981.* Grammar, Truth, and Logic. pp. 17 - 28 in Philosophy and Grammar: Papers on the Occasion of the Quincentennial of Uppsala University., S. Kanger and S. Ohman (editors), D. Reidel Publishing ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1981.* The Pragmatists' Place in Empiricism. pp. 21-39 in Pragmatism: Its Sources and Prospects, Robert J. Mulvaney and Philip M. Zeltner (editors), University of South Carolina Press [partially reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things and Quintessence as Five Milestones of Empiricism]
  • 1981.* Reply to Chihara. in Midwestern Studies in Philosophy VI, 1981: the Foundations of Analytic Philosophy 6: 453 - 454
  • 1981.* Reply to Stroud. in Midwestern Studies in Philosophy VI, 1981: the Foundations of Analytic Philosophy 6: 473 - 475
  • 1981. Replies to Eleven Essays. in Philosophical Topics [formerly: Southwestern Journal of Philosophy] (Spring 1981), 12(1): 227-244. Replies to the eleven essays (by Gilbert Harmon, J. N. Mohanty, Michael E. Levin, Richard E. Grandy, Dale Gottlieb, Stephen Leeds, M. J. Cresswell, Mark Pastin, Mark Steiner, Diana Ackerman, and Donald Davidson) that appeared in the Quine issue of the Southwestern Journal of Philosophy (Summer 1978), 9(2)
  • 1982.* Volumen especial: Dedicado a la filosofia de W. V. O. Quine (Special Volume dedicated to the Philosophy of W. V. O. Quine in Analisis Filosofico (Philosophical Analysis), Volumen II, Numeros 1-2, Mayo - Noviembre 1982 1982), Includes (Quine replies in Spanish and English): [Reply] to Corsi, pp. 22 - 23 and 159 - 160; [Reply] to Church, pp. 32 - 34 and 160 - 161; [Reply] to Dalla Chiara and Toralso Di Francia, pp. 43 - 46 and 162 - 164; [Reply] to Orayen, pp. 72 - 76 and 165 - 167; [Reply] to Ros, pp. 103 - 104 and 168 - 169; [Reply] to Schuldenfrei, p. 122 - 124 and 169 - 171; [Reply] to Simpson, pp. 136 - 137 and 171 - 172; [Reply] to Zuleta, pp. 155 - 157 and 172 - 173.
  • 1982. Burdick's Attitudes. in Synthese (August 1982), 52(2): 231-232. Comments on Howard Burdick's A Logical Form for the Propositional Attitudes, pp. 185-230.
  • 1982. Respuestas. in Analisis Filosófico (Buenos Aires) (1982), 2: 159-173
  • 1983. Ontology and Ideology Revisited. in Journal of Philosophy (September 1983), 80(9): 499-502 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1983. Donald Cary Williams. in Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association (1983), 57: 245-248. [reprinted in Harvard University Gazette, 1983]
  • 1983.+ Gegenstand und Beobachtung. in Kant oder Hegel? , D. Henrich (editor), Stuttgart: Klein-Cotta, pp. 412 - 422
  • 1984.+ Sticks and Stones; or, the Ins and Outs of Existence. pp. 13 - 26 in On Nature LeRoy S. Rouner (Editor), Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion, volume 6 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1984. What I Believe. in What I Believe Mark Booth (Editor) pages 70-75 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1984. Relativism and Absolutism. in Monist (July 1984), 67(3): 293-296 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1984. Carnap's Positivistic Travail. in Fundamenta Scientiae (1984), 5: 325-333 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1985. States of Mind. in Journal of Philosophy (January 1985), 82(1): 5-8 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1985.+ Events and Reification. pp. 162 - 171 in Actions and Events: Perspectives on the Philosophy of Donald Davidson, Ernest LePore and Brian McLaughlin (editors), Basil Blackwell (publisher), New York ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1985. The Interview: Willard Van Orman Quine by D. C. Denison in Boston Sunday Globe Magazine (July 14, 1985): 2 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1986.+ Peano as Logician. in Celebrazione in Memoria di Giuseppe Peano, A. Conte (editor), Tornio: Universita, pp. 33 - 43 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers, 2nd edition]
  • 1986.+ The Sensory Support of Science. in Discursos , Granada: Universidad, pp. 31 - 59 [translated and reprinted in Symposium Quine (Granada) as El soporte sensorial de la ciencia, 1987] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1986.+ Books That Mattered. in Harvard Guide to Influential Books, C. M. Devine et al (editors), New York: Harper, pp. 204 - 205 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1986.+ Autobiography, Replies, and Autobibliography. in The Philosophy of W. V. Quine, L. E. Hahn and P. A. Schilpp (editors), La Salle: Open Court, passim (many pages throughout)
  • 1986.+ Panel on Reference. in Philosophie et culture , Montreal: Beffroi, pp. 225 - 227 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1987.+ Symbols. in Oxford Companion to the Mind , R. L. Gregory (editor), Oxford, pp. 763 - 765
  • 1987.+ Respuestas. in Symposium Quine, T. Calvo and J. J. Acero (editors), Granada: Universidad, passim (throughout)
  • 1987.* Belief. pp. 371 - 372 in ETC. A Review of General Semantics (A journal devoted to the role of symbols in human behavior) Volume 44: number 4, Winter 1987 [article reprinted from W. V. Quine's Quiddities]
  • 1987. Carnap. in Yale Review (Winter 1987), 76(2): 226-230 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1987. Indeterminacy of Translation Again. in Journal of Philosophy (January 1987), 84(1): 5-10 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1987.* An Ode to Antipodes. in The Sciences (The New York Academy of Sciences), September 1987, pp. 20 - 21 [published in a revised version in W. V. Quine's Quiddities]
  • 1988. A Comment on Agassi's Remarks. in Zeitschrift für Allgemeine Wissenschaftstheories: Journal for General Philosophy of Science (1988), 19: 117-118. On Joseph Agassi's Ixmann and the Gavagai, pp. 103-116.
  • 1988. Logical Correspondence with Russell. in Russell: the Journal of the Bertrand Russell Archives (Summer-Winter 1988), new series 8(1-2): 225-231. Reprinted as a monograph by McMaster University Library Press, Hamilton Ont, Canada, in 1989. Reprinted in Ian Winchester, Kenneth Blackwell, eds., Antinomies and Paradoxes: Studies in Russell's Early Philosophy (Hamilton: McMaster University Library Press, 1989) 225-231 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1988.+ The Tenability of Russell's Early Philosophy a panel discussion of A. J. Ayer (moderator), I. Grattan-Guinness, Nicholas Griffin, Robert Tully, and W. V. O. Quine in Russell: the Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies 8, issue 1: 232-246
  • 1988. To a Graduate Student in Philosophy. in Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association (September 1988), Supplement, 62(1): 258-259 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1988.+ Meaning, Truth, and Reference. in Les Formes actuelles du vrai., N. Incardona (editor), Paris: Institute International de Philosophie [year not confirmed, page numbers unknown]
  • 1988.* Lines On Life For Mr. Moorhead is best known as Life is agid. Life is fulgid. and was renamed (by the editor) Methods of Logic when published in Hugh S. Moorhead (editor) The Meaning of Life: According To Our Century's Greatest Writers and Thinkers. (Chicago: Chicago Review Press): 154-155 (handwritten and printed versions) ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1988. Quine Speaks His Mind. in Cogito (Bristol) (1988), 2(2): 1-5. Edo Pivcevic interviews Quine ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1988. Wayward Passages. in Grand Street (Autumn) 8: 86-90 [favorite one line quotes and phrases by Quine]
  • 1989.* Mind, Brain, and Behavior. pp. 1 - 6 in Progress in Behavioral Studies Volume 1, Aaron J. Brownstein (editor), Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, Cambridge MA ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1989. Fermat's last theorem in combinatorial form in American Mathematical Monthly, vol. 95, p. 626.
  • 1990.* Let Me Accentuate the Positive. pp. 117 - 119 in Reading Rorty, Alan Malachowski (editor), Basil Blackwell, Cambridge, MA ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1990.* The Elusiveness of Reference. pp. 13 - 24 in Sprache, Theorie und Wirklichkeit: Studia Philosophica et Historica, Michael Sukale (editor), Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main [English chapter in an otherwise 90% German book] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1990. Elementary Proof That Some Angles Cannot be Trisected by Ruler and Compass. in Mathematics Magazine (April 1990), 63(2): 95-105
  • 1990.+ Three Indeterminacies. in Perspectives on Quine , R. B. Barrett and R. F. Gibson (editors), Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 1 - 16 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1990.+ The Phoneme's Long Shadow. in Emics and Etics: The Insider / Outsider Debate (Frontiers of Anthropology), T.N. Headland, K.L. Pike, M. Harris, eds. (Newbury Park, OR: Sage Publishing) pp. 164-167 [citation corrected Nov. 11, 2007] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1990.+ Frege, Gottlob. in Colliers Encyclopedia, NY: MacMillan, volume 10: 362 - 363
  • 1990.* Selected Correspondence with Geach. pp 27 - 43 in Peter Geach: Philosophical Encounters, Synthese Library volume 213, Harry A. Lewis (editor), Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • 1991. Two Dogmas in Retrospect. in Canadian Journal of Philosophy (September 1991), 21(3): 265-274 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Quintessence] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1992. Structure and Nature. in Journal of Philosophy (January 1992), 89(1): 6-9 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1992. Immanence and Validity. in Dialectica (1992), 45(2-3): 219-230 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers, 2nd edition ]
  • 1992.+ Hobbling the Hawkers. in Common Knowledge (Spring 1992), 1(1): 17-18 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1992.* On Philosopher's Concern with Language (renamed by the editor as) Words are All We Have to Go On. in TLS [Times Literary Supplement] (July 3, 1992), 4657: 8 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1992. Commensurability and the Alien Mind. in Common Knowledge (Winter 1992), 1(3): 1-2 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1992. Replies to Professor Riska's Eight Questions.Filozofia (1992), 47(8): 501-503. In Slovak. ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1993. Dews PB; Estes WK; Morse WH; Quine WVO; Herrnstein RJ. Memorial Minute for B. F. Skinner. in Harvard Gazette (March 26, 1993), 88 (28) [reprinted in 1994]
  • 1993.* The Nature of Natural Knowledge. pp. 441 - 450 in Foundations of Philosophy of Science: Recent Developments, James H. Fetzer (editor), Paragon House, New York [earlier printing in 1975. Mind & Language]
  • 1993.* Philosophy. by Steven Vita (interview on books, art, journalism) pp. 19 - 27 in Veery (the first journazine) ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1993.* Life and Logic. in Falling in Love with Wisdom: American Philosophers Talk About Their Calling., David D. Karnos and Robert G. Shoemaker (editors), New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 195 - 198 [excerpted from W. V. Quine's The Time of My Life: An Autobiography]
  • 1993. In Praise of Observation Sentences. With Appendix on Neural Intake. in Journal of Philosophy (March 1993), 90(3): 107-116 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1993. The Inception of 'New Foundations'. in Bulletin de la Société Mathématique de Belgique (1993), 45: 325-328 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers, 2nd edition]
  • 1994.* W. V. Quine: Perspectives on Logic, Science and Philosophy (1994 interview by Bradley Edmister and Michael O'Shea) in The Harvard Review of Philosophy Spring 1994: Volume IV, Number 1, pp. 47 - 57 [reprinted in 2002. Philosophers in Conversation: Interviews from the Harvard Review of Philosophy, S. Phineas Upham (Editor)] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1994.* Twentieth-Century Logic pp. 27 - 39 in The American Philosopher: Conversations with Quine, Davidson, Putnam, Nozick, Danto, Rorty, Cavell, MacIntyre, and Kuhn, Giovanna Borradori, University of Chicago Press, Chicago ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1994.* Comment on "Carnap and Quine by Neil Tennant" pp. 345 - 351 in Logic, Language, and the Structure of Scientific Theories: Proceedings of the Carnap - Reichenbach Centennial, University of Konstanz, 21-24 May 1991, Wesley Salmon and Gereon Wolters (editors), University of Pittsburg Press, Pittsburgh ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1994. Promoting Extensionality. in Synthese (January 1994), 98(1): 143-151 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1994. Indeterminacy Without Tears. in Il Cannocchiale (1994), 1/2: 57-58 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1994. Responses. in Inquiry special issue entitled Symposium on Quine's Philosophy, D. Føllesdal and A. Hannay (editors), (December 1994), 37(4): 495-505. [Quine responds to articles by Günter Abel, Lars Bergström, Donald Davidson, Burton Dreben, Roger F. Gibson, Christopher Hookway and Dag Prawitz] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1994. Assuming Objects. in Theoria (1994), 60(3): 226-231 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1994.+ Interview of Quine by L. Bergstrom and D. Føllesdal in Theoria (1994), 60: 193 - 206 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1994.+ Prologo in Kurt Gödel, Ensayos ineditos, Barcelona: Mondadori, pp. 9 - 10 [see: 1995. "Foreward" for English language version]
  • 1994. Une journee avec Quine ... Les points principaux de ma position philosophique ... Discussion [?? in :] A. Soulez, F. Schitz, M. Sebestik, Grammaire, sujet et Signification, Cahiers de philosophie ancienne et du langage de l'Université de Paris XII-Val-de-Marne. Série Philosophie du langage n°1. L'Harmattan, Paris, p.9-35.
  • 1994.+ Truth. pp. 1 - 20 in Philosophical Problems Today, Volume 1 G. Floistad (editor), Kluwer Academic Publishers [adapted from W. V. Quine's Philosophy of Logic pp. 36 - 46] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1994. Exchange between Donald Davidson and W.V. Quine following Davidson's Lecture. in Theoria (1994), 60(3): 226-231 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1994. Dews PB; Estes WK; Morse WH; Quine WVO; Herrnstein RJ. Memorial Minute for B. F. Skinner. in The Behavior Analyst (1994), 17 (1): 3-5 ; [originally published in 1993]
  • 1995.+ Foreward in Kurt Gödel: Unpublished Philosophical Essays, Basel-Boston-Berlin: Birkhauser Verlag, pp. 7 - 8 [originally published in Spanish as "Prologo" in 1994] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1995. Naturalism; Or, Living Within One's Means. in Dialectica (1995), 49(2-4): 251-261 [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Quintessence] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1995.+ Reactions. in On Quine, P. Leonardi and M. Santambrogio (editors), Cambridge University Press, pp. 347 - 361 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1995.+ Peirce's Logic. in Peirce and Contemporary Thought, K. L. Ketner (editor), NY: Fordham, pp. 23 - 31 [preprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers, 2nd edition]
  • 1996. Progress on Two Fronts. in Journal of Philosophy (April 1996), 93(4): 159-163 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Quintessence] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1996. Quine /'kwain/, Willard Van Orman (b. 1908) in Thomas Mautner, ed., Dictionary of Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers) ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1997. Free Logic, Description, and Virtual Classes. in Dialogue (Winter 1997), 36(1): 101-108 [preprinted in W. V. Quine's Selected Logic Papers, 2nd edition]
  • 1997. Responses to seven papers: Response to Hintikka,Response to Smart,Response to Haack,Response to Orenstein,Response to Lewis and Holdcroft,Response to Laugier,Response to Lauener,Revue Internationale de Philosophie (December 1997), 51(4) [202]: 567-582 ; [partial reprint in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1997. Mission To Brazil -- In Logique & Analyse (1997), 5-8 [ based in major portion upon Quine's autobiography pp. 170-175]
  • 1997. Response to Leemon McHenry,Process Studies, The Forum 26: 26, 1997, pp. 13-14 [response to: Leemon McHenry, "Quine and Whitehead: Ontology and Methodology," Process Studies, The Forum, 26, 1997, pp. 2-12.] [Reprinted in Process and Analysis: Whitehead, Hartshorne and the Analytic Tradition, edited by George Shields, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2003, pp. 171-173.] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1997.* The Flowering of Thought in Language in Thought and Language. John Preston, Editor; Cambridge University Press [presented at annual conference of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, University of Reading (UK), Sept. 1996] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 1997.* Acceptance Speech in Kyoto Prizes & Inamori Foundation Grants 1996. The Inamori Foundation. Kyoto: pp. 50-51 [even numbered pages in Japanese; odd numbered pages in English] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1997.* Tidy Parsimony in Kyoto Prizes & Inamori Foundation Grants 1996. The Inamori Foundation. Kyoto: pp. 140-153 [even numbered pages in Japanese; odd numbered pages in English] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1998. DIE ENTWICKLUNG VON BEWUßTSEIN UND SPRACHE (Karl Jaspers Lectures given at Oldenburg on 5-6 1997) -- In LOGOS, 5, 1998 pp. 23-35
  • 1999. Where Do We Disagree? in Philosophy of Donald Davidson, The Library of Living Philosophers XXVII, Open Court, 1999 Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1999. A Tribute from the National Academy of Sciences (presented at the Memorial Meeting of The Charles S. Peirce Sesquicentennial International Congress, Harvard University, 10 September 1989) in Peirce Studies Number Six: Charles Sanders Peirce Memorial Appreciation, The Press of Arisbe Associates, Elsah, Illinois, 1999 pp. 15 - 22 (10 years in press) ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2000. I, You, and It: An Epistemological Triangle pp. 1-6 in Orenstein, Alex and Kotatko, Petr (editors) Knowledge, Language And Logic: Questions For Quine (Boston Studies In The Philosophy Of Science): This book includes papers presented by Quine and other leading figures in their fields at a conference in the Czech Republic in 1995 on Quine's work. Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2000. Response to Anthony, Response to Bergstrom, Response to George, Response to Gibson, Response to Gjelsvik, Response to Grayling, Response to Horwich, Response to Lehrer, Response to Miscevic, Response to Neale, Response to Orenstein, Response to Pagin, Response to Parsons, Response to Ray, Response to RecanatiResponse to Segal, Response to Stoutland, Response to Szubka, and Response to Woodruff pp. 407-430 in Orenstein, Alex and Kotatko, Petr (editors) Knowledge, Language And Logic: Questions For Quine (Boston Studies In The Philosophy Of Science):This book includes papers presented by Quine and other leading figures in their fields at a conference in the Czech Republic in 1995 on Quine's work. It also includes Quine's replies to each of the papers presented. Essays concern Quine's views on knowledge: observation, holism, truth, naturalized epistemology; about language: meaning, the indeterminacy of translation, conjecture; and about the philosophy of logic: ontology, singular terms, vagueness, identity, and intensional contexts. Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com ; [partial reprint in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2000. Three Networks: Similarity, Implication, and Membership [listed in the original program as The Pre-Established Harmony of Subjective Perceptual Similarity] in Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Volume 6, (Boston, August, 1998) Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com also the complete Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy - Volumes 1-12 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2001. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist in Floyd, Juliet and Shieh, Sanford (editors). Future Pasts: Perspectives On Analytic Philosophy In The Twentieth Century, Oxford University Press, 2000. Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Quintessence] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2001. Truth pp 473 - 481 in Lynch, Michael P. (editor). The Nature of Truth: Classic and Contemporary Perspectives, The MIT Press, 2001. Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com
  • 2002. Advice to the Next Generation in Harmon, James L (editor). Take My Advice: Letters To The Next Generation. Simon and Schuster. (written April 8, 1989; published in April 2002) Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2002. W. V. Quine: Perspectives on Logic, Science and Philosophy (1994 interview by Bradley Edmister and Michael O'Shea) in Philosophers in Conversation: Interviews from the Harvard Review of Philosophy by S. Phineas Upham (Editor) Book details, price, and availability from Amazon.com
  • 2003. Ohlédnutí za dvěma dogmaty. in Filosofický ( 2003), 70 - 83 (Two Dogmas in Retrospect translated by Jaroslav Peregrin into Czech)
  • 2003. 1946 Lectures on David Hume's Philosophy (James G. Buickerood, editor) in Eighteenth-Century Thought 1: 171-254 [full text from the original lecture note cards of W. V. Quine's course on Hume, Philosophy 14C, Harvard University, summer 1946] The first lecture note card is illustrated here [2003 and 2004 papers combined and published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2004. Buickerood, James G. Addenda to Quine on Hume in Eighteenth-Century Thought 2: 153-163 [14 additional notes cards and sheets of paper from the original materials for W. V. Quine's course on Hume, Philosophy 14C, Harvard University, summer 1946] [2003 and 2004 papers combined and published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1946). Nominalism in Dean W. Zimmerman. Ed., Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, vol. 4 (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 3-21 ["Nominalism" was presented at the Harvard Philosophical Colloquium in Emerson B, Cambridge, Massachusetts on March 11, 1946. The 86 unpublished 3x5 note cards were transcribed by Paolo Mancosu.] ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1946). On the Notion of an Analytic Statement for University of Pennsylvania, December 18, 1946 at 3 pm. [75 verbatim lecture note cards] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1947). The Importance of Logic for Philosophy for Harvard Philosophy Club, Public Meeting, December 2, 1947 at 8 pm. [62 verbatim lecture note cards] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1947). Where is Logic Going? for Visiting Committee Dinner, December 13, 1947. [22 verbatim lecture note cards] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1949). Animadversions on the Notion of Meaning for Philosophy Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, December 6, 1949 [18 verbatim lecture note cards = also December 9, 1949 as Logical Aspect of the Problem of Meaning] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1950). The Entangled Philosophies of Mathematics for Harvard Philosophy Club, Public Meeting, October 11, 1950 at 8 pm. [29 verbatim lecture note cards and clipping of announcement; 52 minutes as of card 26] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1959). Meaning at Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University, March 1959. [verbatim lecture notes on 11 pages of a 2 inch by 3 inch note pad Misc. talks] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1960). Introducing Piaget April 27, 1960. [8 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1963). Mind-Body Problem informal remarks at Harvard Health Services weekly lunch, January 9, 1963. [4 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1974). W. V. Quine's Remarks [start 11:50 minutes into the recording] in RealAudio at B. F. Skinner's Harvard University Retirement Party, October 17, 1974 is a wonderful description of parallels between Skinner and Quine's lives with connection to Alice in Wonderland. A transcript of the original 11 note cards is available at www.wvquine.org/wvq-about.html#AIINTERV ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1975). Farewell Thanks at Villa Serbelloni, Italy (?), September 17, 1975. [1/2 page verbatim lecture notes] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1975). Introducing Church at annual Alfred North Whitehead memorial lecture, March 18, 1975. [4 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1976). Introducing Dummett at ??, February 25, 1976. [3 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1977). Introducing Campbell at ??, April 13, 1977. [4 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1978). Farewell Department Dinner for Me at Harvard University, May 4, 1978. [3 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1980). Acceptance being honored as first Gail Caldwell Stine (memorial) lecturer as introduction to "What Is It All About?" [4 inch by 7 inch air letter flap verbatim lecture note] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1984). Saul Kripke introduction at Kaplan Festival at Stanford, March 19, 1984. [6 verbatim lecture note cards] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1986). Jean van Heijenoort Memorial at Harvard University, April 28, 1986. [5 verbatim lecture note cards - Misc. talks] (there were memorials at both Harvard University and Stanford University; I've corrected this listing to indicate that Quine's talk was at Harvard based on Irving H. Anellis' "Jean van Heijenoort, the revolutionary, the scholar, and man (1912-1986)" in Studies in East European Thought (1988) 35(2): 147-178) ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1986). The Way The World Is was presented at Harvard's 350th celebration, Cambridge, MA in March 1986 [verbatim lecture 8.5 by 11 typescript] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1990). Preface to The Logic of Sequences: A Generalization of Principia Mathematica (Harvard Dissertations in Philosophy).: Garland, x + 290 pp. [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1992). Pressing Extensionality, Føllesdal Festival, Oslo, June 13, 1992 [verbatim notecards 4 inch x 6 inch] [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1994). Introducing Roger Shepard, November 16, 1994 [verbatim notecards 4 inch x 6 inch] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1995). In Memory of John Finley, Eliot House, October 26, 1995 [verbatim notecards 4 inch x 6 inch] ; [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2008 (1996). The Innate Foundational Endowments (draft in W. V. Quine archives dated March and May 1996) [first published in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1998). The Growth of Mind and Language originally published in German as DIE ENTWICKLUNG VON BEWUßTSEIN UND SPRACHE (Karl Jaspers Lectures given at Oldenburg on 5-6 1997) -- In LOGOS, 5, 1998 pp. 23-35 [first English language publication in W. V. Quine. 2008. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist]
  • 2008 (1998). There is Always a Further Step originally published in German as Es gibt immer einen weiteren Schritt -- In Dagmar Bouchers, Olaf Brill, and Uwe Czaniera, eds., Einladung zum Denken: Ein kleiner Streifzug durch die analytische Philosophie (Vienna: Verlag Hölder-Pinchler-Tempsky, 1998), 30-45 ; [first English language publication in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 2015 in press (1972) Levels of Abstraction originally presented at First International Conference on Unified Science, New York, November, 1972. [10 page typewritten manuscript preserved by Dr. Rolfe Leary]; being presented by Douglas Quine at the December 2014 University of Glasgow, Scotland conference on Quine and His Place In History and in press 2015 in the proceedings

W. V. Quine's Book Reviews

Eddie Yeghiayan's bibliography of W. V. Quine's works (Special Collections, Main Library, University of California, Irvine, CA ) is a comprehensive resource with search capabilities and listings of all translations and reprints (some papers have appeared in dozens of forms) through 1977. Multiple additions in July 2002 directly from Quine's archives (marked by "*" next to date) and from the exhaustive bibliographies (marked by "+" next to date) in The Philosophy of W. V. Quine (P. A. Schilpp, editor) and Essays on the Philosophy of W. V. Quine (R. W. Shahan and Chris Swoyer, editors). Information also added about books containing reprints of articles and essays.

  • 1930.+ Review of Nicod's Foundations of Geometry and Induction in American Mathematical Monthly 37: 305 - 307
  • 1933.+ Review of Peirce's Collected Papers, Volume 2 in Isis 19: 220 - 229
  • 1935.+ Review of Peirce's Collected Papers, Volume 3 in Isis 22: 285 - 297
  • 1935.+ Review of Peirce's Collected Papers, Volume 4 in Isis 22: 551 - 553
  • 1935.+ Review of Rudolf Carnap's Logische Syntax der Sprache in The Philosophical Review volume XLIV, number 4, July, pp. 394 - 397 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1936.+ Review of Garcia Baca's Introductión a la Lógica Moderna in Journal of Symbolic Logic 1: 112f
  • 1936.+ Review of Tarski's Grundzüge des Systemenkalküls in Journal of Symbolic Logic 1: 71 - 72
  • 1936.+ Review of Russell's On Order In Time in Journal of Symbolic Logic 1: 73 - 74
  • 1937.+ Review of Weinberg's Examination of Logical Positivism in Journal of Symbolic Logic 2: 89f
  • 1937.+ Review of Jeffreys' Scientific Inference in Science 86: 590 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1937.+ Review of Saarnio's Zur heterologischen Paradoxie in Journal of Symbolic Logic 2: 138
  • 1937.+ Review of Stone's Note on formal logic in Journal of Symbolic Logic 2: 174 - 175
  • 1938.+ Review of Tarski's Einführung in die mathematische Logik in Bulletin American Mathematical Society 44: 317 - 318
  • 1938.+ Review of Ushenko's Theory of Logic in Philosophical Review 47: 94
  • 1938.+ Review of Hilbert and Ackermann's Grundzüge der theoretischen Logik in Journal of Symbolic Logic 3: 83 - 84
  • 1938.+ Review of Chwistek and Hetper's New foundation of formal metamathematics in Journal of Symbolic Logic 3: 120 - 121
  • 1939.+ Review of Hermes' Semiotik in Journal of Symbolic Logic 4: 87 - 88
  • 1940.+ Review of Bröcker's Antinomien und Paradoxien in Journal of Symbolic Logic 5: 79
  • 1940.+ Review of Lésniewski's Einleitende Bemerkungen in Journal of Symbolic Logic 5: 83 - 84
  • 1940.+ Review of Church's Formulation of Theory of Types in Journal of Symbolic Logic 5: 114 - 115
  • 1941.+ Review of Russell's Inquiry Into Meaning and Truth in Journal of Symbolic Logic 6: 29f
  • 1941.+ Review of Serrus' Essai sur la Signification de la Logique in Journal of Symbolic Logic 6: 62f
  • 1941.+ Review of da Silva's Elementos de Lógica Matemática in Journal of Symbolic Logic 6: 109f
  • 1941.+ Review of Rosser's Independence of Quine's axioms in Journal of Symbolic Logic 6: 163
  • 1946.+ Review of Godinho's Esboços sobre Alguns Problemas da Lógica in Journal of Symbolic Logic 11: 126
  • 1946.+ Review of Barcan's Functional calculus based on strict implication in Journal of Symbolic Logic 11: 96 - 97
  • 1947.+ Review of Toranzos' Introducción a la Epistemologia y la Fundamentación de la Matemática in Journal of Symbolic Logic 12: 20f
  • 1947.+ Review of Nelson's Contradiction and existence in Journal of Symbolic Logic 12: 53 - 55
  • 1947.+ Review of Barcan's Identity of individuals in Journal of Symbolic Logic 12: 95 - 96 [correction in year 1958, volume 23, page 342]
  • 1947.+ Review of Schröter's Was ist eine mathematische Theorie? in Journal of Symbolic Logic 12: 136 - 137
  • 1948.+ Review of Reichenbach's Elements of Symbolic Logic in Journal of Philosophy 45: 161 - 166
  • 1949.+ Review of Fraenkel's Relation of equality in Journal of Symbolic Logic 14: 130
  • 1949.+ Review of Saarnio's Der Begriff der Hierarchie in Journal of Symbolic Logic 14: 131
  • 1950.+ Review of Feys' Simple notation for relations in Journal of Symbolic Logic 15: 71 - 72
  • 1951.+ Review of Goodman's Structure of Appearence in Journal of Philosophy 48: 556 - 563 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1951.+ Review of Myhill's Complete theory of numbers in Journal of Symbolic Logic 16: 65 - 67
  • 1951.+ Review of Geach's Subject and predicate in Journal of Symbolic Logic 16: 138
  • 1951.+ Review of Myhill's Report of investigations in Journal of Symbolic Logic 16: 217 - 218
  • 1952.+ Review of Ferrater Mora's Diccionario fe Filosofia in Journal of Symbolic Logic 17: 129f
  • 1952.+ Review of Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz's On the Notion of Existence. (some remarks connected with the problem of idealism) in Journal of Symbolic Logic 17: 144 - 145
  • 1963, Sept. 26. Magna Carta on: National Geographic Atlas. -- In: New York Review of Books 1(3): 8 read archive copy ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1964, Jan. 9. Mencken on: HL. Mencken. The American Language. -- In: New York Review of Books 1 (9): 7 read archive copy [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1964, Mar. 5. On The Map on: The Atlas of Britain and Northern Ireland -- In: New York Review of Books 2 (2): 17 read archive copy ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1964, July 9. Science and Truth on: JJC. Smart. Philosophy and Scientific Realism -- In: New York Review of Booksread archive copy [reprinted in W. V. Quine's Theories and Things]
  • 1964.+ Review of Smart's Philosophy and Scientific Realism in New York Review of Books 11: 3
  • 1964.+ Review of Geach's Reference and Generality in Philosophical Review 73: 100 - 104 ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1965, Sept. 30. Charting the World on: L. Bagrow. History of Cartography -- In: New York Review of Books 5 (4): 18 read archive copy ; [reprinted in W. V. Quine. 2008. Quine in Dialogue]
  • 1967.+ Review of Russell's Autobiography, volume 1 in

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W. V. Quine (1908-2000)

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Quine, W. V. A System of Logistic. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1934.

Quine, W. V. Mathematical Logic. New York: Norton, 1940. Reprinted (Harvard University Press, 1981). Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Elementary Logic. Boston: Ginn, 1941. Reprinted (Harvard University Press, 1980). Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Methods of Logic. New York: Holt, 1950. 4th edn (Harvard University Press, 1982). Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. From a Logical Point of View: 9 Logico-Philosophical Essays. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1953. 2nd edn (Harvard, 1980). Buy Now!Contents: 1. On What There Is. 2. Two Dogmas of Empiricism. 3. The Problem of Meaning in Linguistics. 4. Identity, Ostension, and Hypostasis. 5. New Foundations for Mathematical Logic. 6. Logic and the Reification of Universals. 7. Notes on the Theory of Reference. 8. Reference and Modality. 9. Meaning and Existential Inference.

Quine, W. V. Word and Object. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1960. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Set Theory and Its Logic. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1963. 2nd edn 1969. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. The Ways of Paradox and Other Essays. New York: Random House, 1966. 2nd edn (Harvard University Press, 1976). Buy Now!Contents: 1. The Ways of Paradox. 2. On a Supposed Antinomy. 3. Foundations of Mathematics. 4. On the Application of Modern Logic. 5. Logic as a Source of Syntactical Insights. 6. Necessary Truth. 7. Ontological Remarks on the Propositional Calculus. 8. A Logistical Approach to the Ontological Problem. 9. Truth by Convention. 10. Carnap and Logical Truth. 11. On Carnap's Views on Ontology. 12. Mr. Strawson on Logical Theory. 13. Three Grades of Modal Involvement. 14. Reply to Professor Marcus. 15. Quantifiers and Propositional Attitudes. 16. Implicit Definition Sustained. 17. Ontological Reduction and the World of Numbers. 18. On Mental Entities. 19. The Scope and Language of Science. 20. Posits and Reality. 21. On Simple Theories of a Complex World. 2nd edn adds: 22. Homage to Rudolf Carnap. 23. Vagaries of Definition. 24. Linguistics and Philosophy. 25. The Limits of Knowledge. 26. On Multiplying Entities. 27. The Variable. 28. Algebriac Logic and Predicate Functors. 29. Truth and Disquotation.

Quine, W. V. Selected Logic Papers. New York: Random House, 1966. 2nd edn. (Harvard University Press, 1995).  Buy Now!Contents: 1. Whitehead and the Rise of Modern Logic. 2. Logic, Symbolic. 3. A Method of Generating Part of Arithmetic Without the Use of Intuitive Logic. 4. Definition of Substitution. 5. Concatenation as a Basis for Arithmetic. 6. Set-Theoretic Foundations for Logic. 7. Logic Based on Inclusion and Abstraction. 8. On Ordered Pairs and Relations. 9. On w-Inconsistency and a So-called Axiom of Infinity. 10. Element and Number. 11. On an Application of Tarski's Theory of Truth. 12. On Frege's Way Out. 13. Completeness of the Propositional Calculus. 14. On Cores and Prime Implicants of Truth Functions. 15. Two Theorems about Truth Functions. 16. On Boolean Functions. 17. On the Logic of Quantification. 18. A Proof Procedure for Quantification Theory. 19. Interpretations of Sets of Conditions. 20. Church's Theorem on the Decision Problem. 21. Quantification and the Empty Domain. 22. Reduction to a Dyadic Predicate. 23. Variables Explained Away. 2nd edn adds: 24. Truth, Paradox, and Gödel's Theorem. 25. Immanence and Validity. 26. MacHale on Boole. 27. Peirce's Logic. 28. Peano as Logician. 29. Free Logic, Description, and Virtual Classes. 30. The Inception of "New Foundations". 31. Pythagorean Triples and Fermat's Last Theorem.

Quine, W. V. Ontological Relativity and Other Essays. New York: Columbia University Press, 1969. Buy Now!Contents: 1. Speaking of Objects. 2. Ontological Relativity. 3. Epistemology Naturalized. 4. Existence and Quantification. 5. Natural Kinds. 6. Propositional Objects.

Quine, W. V. The Web of Belief (with J. S. Ullian). New York: Random House, 1970. 2nd edn (1978). Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Philosophy of Logic. Englewood: Prentice Hall, 1970. 2nd edn (Harvard University Press, 1986). Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. The Roots of Reference. La Salle, Ill: Open Court, 1974. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Theories and Things. Cambridge, MA: Harvard, 1981. Buy Now!Contents: 1. Things and Their Places in Theories. 2. Empirical Content. 3. What Price Bivalence? 4. On the Very Idea of a Third Dogma. 5. Use and Its Place in Meaning. 6. On the Nature of Moral Values. 7. Five Milestones of Empiricism. 8. Russell's Ontological Development. 9. On Austin's Method. 10. Smart's Philosophy and Scientific Realism. 11. Goodman's Ways of Worldmaking. 12. On the Individuation of Attributes. 13. Intensions Revisited. 14. World's Away. 15. Grades of Discriminability. 16. Lewis Carroll's Logic. 17. Kurt Gödel. 18. Success and Limits of Mathematization. 19. On the Limits of Decision. 20. Predicates, Terms, and Classes. 21. Responses (to Kripke, Maxwell, Yourgrau, Cresswell, Armstrong, Schuldenfrei). 22. Postscript on Metaphor. 23. Has Philosophy Lost Contact with People? 24. Paradoxes of Plenty. 25. The Times Atlas. 26. Mencken's American Language.

Quine, W. V. The Time of My Life: An Autobiography. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1985. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Quiddities: An Intermittently Philosophical Dictionary. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1987. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Pursuit of Truth. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. The Logic of Sequences: A Generalization of Principia Mathematica. His 1932 Harvard dissertation. New York: Garland, 1990.

Quine, W. V. Dear Carnap, Dear Van: The Quine Carnap Correspondence and Related Work. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. From Stimulus to Science. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991. Buy Now!

Quine, W. V. Quintessence: Basic Readings from the Philosophy of W. V. Quine, ed. Roger Gibson. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2004. Buy Now!Contents: 1. Truth by Convention. 2. Two Dogmas of Empiricism. 3. Two Dogmas in Retrospect. 4. Carnap and Logical Truth. 5. Speaking of Objects. 6. Reference. 7. Translation and Meaning. 8. Progress on Two Fronts. 9. On What There Is. 10. The Scope and Language of Science. 11. On Simple Theories of a Complex World. 12. Ontic Decision. 13. Things and Their Places in Theories. 14. On Carnap's Views on Ontology. 15. Epistemology Naturalized. 16. Naturalism; or, Living within One's Means. 17. The Nature of Natural Knowledge. 18. Five Milestones of Empiricism. 19. On Mental Entities. 20. Mind and Verbal Dispositions. 21. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist. 22. Quantifiers and Propositional Attitudes. 23. Intensions Revisited. 24. Reference and Modality. 25. Three Grades of Modal Involvement.

Quine, W. V. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist and Other Essays, ed. Dagfinn Føllesdal and Douglas B. Quine (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008). Buy Now!Contents: Introduction. 1. Nominalism. 2. On the Notion of an Analytic Statement. 3. Lectures on David Hume's Philosophy. 4. The Importance of Logic for Philosophy. 5. Where is Logic Going? 6. Animadversions on the Notion of Meaning. 7. The Entangled Philosophies of Mathematics. 8. Meaning. 9. The Way The World Is. 10. Pressing Extensionality. 11. Innate Foundational Endowments. 12. The Growth of Mind and Language. 13. Relations and Reason. 14. On the Reasons for Indeterminacy of Translation. 15. Methodological Reflections on Current Linguistic Theory. 16. On Empirically Equivalent Systems of the World. 17. Mind and Verbal Dispositions. 18. The Nature of Natural Knowledge. 19. Facts of the Matter. 20. Cognitive Meaning. 21. Grammar, Truth, and Logic. 22. Ontology and Ideology Revisited. 23. Relativism and Absolutism. 24. States of Mind. 25. The Sensory Support of Science. 26. Panel on Reference. 27. Indeterminacy of Translation Again. 28. Mind, Brain, and Behavior. 29. The Elusiveness of Reference. 30. The Phoneme's Long Shadow. 31. Three Indeterminacies. 32. Preface to The Logic of Sequences. 33. Two Dogmas in Retrospect. 34. Structure and Nature. 35. Commensurability and the Alien Mind. 36. In Praise of Observation Sentences. 37. Truth. 38. Promoting Extensionality. 39. Indeterminacy Without Tears. 40. Assuming Objects. 41. Naturalism; Or, Living within One's Means. 42. Progress on Two Fronts. 43. The Flowering of Thought in Language. 44. I, You, and It: an Epistemological Triangle. 45. Three Networks: Similarity, Implication, and Membership. 46. Confessions of a Confirmed Extensionalist.

Quine, W. V. Quine in Dialogue, ed. Dagfinn Føllesdal and Douglas B. Quine. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008. Buy Now!Contents: Introduction. I. Interviews. 1. The Ideas of Quine. 2. Willard Van Orman Quine. 3. Quine Speaks His Mind. 4. Philosophy. 5. W. V. Quine: Perspectives on Logic, Science and Philosophy. 6. Twentieth-Century Logic. 7. Interview with Quine. 8. There Is Always a Further Step. II. Quine on Other Philosophers. 9. Logical Correspondence with Russell. 10. Thoughts on Reading Father Owens. 11. Carnap's Positivistic Travail. 12. Events and Reification. 13. Carnap. 14. Charles Sanders Peirce. 15. Let Me Accentuate the Positive. 16. Exchange between Davidson and Quine. 17. Foreword in Kurt Gödel. 18. Where Do We Disagree? 19. Review of Rudolf Carnap's Logische Syntax der Sprache. 20. Review of Jeffreys' Scientific Inference. 21. Review of Goodman's Structure of Appearance. 22. Review of Geach's Reference and Generality. 23. Review of Lakatos' Proofs and Refutations. 24. Review of Bickerton, Roots of Language. 25. Review of Parsons' Mathematics in Philosophy. 26. Four Hot Questions in Philosophy: PF. Strawson. Skepticism & Naturalism. 27. Replies to Professor Riska's Eight Questions. 28. Comment on "Carnap and Quine" by Neil Tennant. 29. Responses. 30. Reactions. 31. Responses to seven essays; 32. Response to Leemon McHenry. 33. Quine's responses. III. Popular Pieces. 34. Introducing Piaget. 35. Mind-Body Problem. 36. Magna Carta. 37. On the Map. 38. Charting the World. 39. Words Enough. 40. Skinner Retirement Party. 41. A Letter to Mr. Ostermann. 42. Farewell Thanks at Villa Serbelloni, Italy. 43. Introducing Church. 44. Introducing Dummett. 45. Introducing Campbell. 46. Knights and Knaves on: Smullyan. What is the Name of this Book? 47. Gail Caldwell Stine Memorial Lecture. 48. What I Believe. 49. Sticks and Stones; or, the Ins and Outs of Existence. 50. Introducing Kripke. 51. Van Heijenort Memorial. 52. Books That Mattered to Me. 53. To a Graduate Student in Philosophy. 54. Life is Agid. 55. Philosopher's Concern with Language (Words Are All We Have to Go On). 56. Hobbling the Hawkers. 57. Introducing Shepard. 58. In Memory of John Finley. 59. Willard Van Orman Quine in "Dictionary of Philosophy". 60. Kyoto Acceptance Speech. 61. Tidy Parsimony. 62. Advice to the Next Generation. 63. Farewell to Me.

 

 

Sidney Hook (1902-1989)

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Hook, Sidney. The Metaphysics of Pragmatism. Chicago: Open Court Pub. Co., 1927. Reprinted (Prometheus Books, 1996).

Hook, Sidney. Toward the Understanding of Karl Marx: A Revolutionary Interpretation. New York: John Day Co., 1933. Revised edition, Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2002. Buy Now!

Hook, Sidney. From Hegel to Marx: Studies in the Intellectual Development of Karl Marx. New York: John Day Co., 1936. Reprinted (University of Michigan Press, 1962). Reprinted (Columbia University Press, 1994).  Buy Now!

Hook, Sidney. John Dewey: An Intellectual Portrait. New York: John Day Co., 1939. Reprinted (Prometheus Books, 1995).

Hook, Sidney. The Hero in History: A Study in Limitation and Possibility. New York: John Day Co., 1943. Reprinted (Cossimo, 2009). Buy Now!

Hook, Sidney. Education for Modern Man. New York: Dial Press, 1946.

Hook, Sidney. Reason, Social Myths, and Democracy. New York: John Day Co., 1940. Reprinted, New York: Humanities Press, 1950. Reprinted, New York: Harper & Row, 1966. Reprinted, Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1991. Reprinted (Cosimo, 2009). Contents: 1. Conflicts in ways of belief. 2. Abstractions in social inquiry. 3. Knowledge and interest. 4. The folklore of capitalism. 5. On ideas as weapons. 6. Integral humanism. 7. What is living and dead in Marxism. 8. Reflections on the Russian revolution. 9. Dialectic and nature. 10. Science and the new obscurantism. 11. Dialectic in society and history. 12. The mythology of class science. 13. The democratic way of life.

Hook, Sidney. Heresy, Yes - Conspiracy, No. New York: American Committee for Cultural Freedom, 1952. New York: John Day Co., 1953. Reprinted, New York: Greenwood, 1973.

Hook, Sidney. The Quest for Being, and other studies in Naturalism and Humanism. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1961. Reprinted (Prometheus Books, 1991). Buy Now!

Hook, Sidney. The Paradoxes of Freedom. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1962. Reprinted (Prometheus Books, 1987).  Buy Now!Contents: 1. Intelligence and Human Rights. 2. Democracy and Judicial Review. 3. Intelligence, Conscience, and the Right to Revolution.

Hook, Sidney. Pragmatism and the Tragic Sense of Life. New York: Basic Books, 1974.

Hook, Sidney. Philosophy and Public Policy. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1980. Contents: Philosophy and public policy -- Law and anarchy -- The concept and realities of power -- Intelligence, morality, and foreign policy -- Reflections on human rights -- The social democratic prospect -- Capitalism, socialism, and freedom -- The ethics of controversy -- Are there limits to freedom of expression? -- The rights of the victims -- Reverse discrimination -- The hero in history : myth, power, or moral ideal? -- The relevance of John Dewey's thought -- Leon Trotsky and the cunning of history -- Toynbee's city of God -- A talk with Vinoba Bhave -- Bertrand Russell and crimes against humanity -- The scoundrel in the looking glass -- The case of Alger Hiss -- Religion and culture : the dilemma of T.S. Eliot -- Religion and culture : a reply by Jacques Maritain -- Religion and society : a rejoinder -- The autonomy of the democratic faith.

Hook, Sidney. Out of Step: An Unquiet Life in the 20th Century. New York: Harper & Row, 1987.

Hook, Sidney. Convictions. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1990.  Buy Now!Contents: Introduction by Paul Kurtz. Pt. I. Personal and philosophical -- 1. Convictions -- 2. The uses of death -- 3. In defense of voluntary euthanasia -- 4. The ethics of suicide -- 5. Reflections on the Jewish question -- 6. Toward greater equality -- Pt. II. On education -- 7. Minimum indispensables of a liberal education -- 8. John Dewey's philosophy of education -- 9. Education in defense of a free society -- 10. The principles and problems of academic freedom -- 11. Allan Bloom's critique of American education : a noble failure -- Pt. III. In defense of Western culture -- 12. An open letter to the Stanford faculty -- 13. The attack on Western civilization : an interim report -- 14. Educational disaster at Stanford University? -- 15. The academic-Brawley cases -- 16. "Diversity" : a new code word? -- 17. The mischief makers -- 18. The politics of curriculum building -- 19. In defense of the humanities -- Pt. IV. Political and polemical -- 20. The faiths of Whittaker Chambers -- 21. The rationale of a non-partisan welfare state -- 22. How democratic is America? / Howard Zinn -- 23. How democratic is America? : a response to Howard Zinn -- 24. Rebuttal to Sidney Hook / Howard Zinn -- 25. Rejoinder to Howard Zinn -- 26. Can American universities be depoliticized? / Henry David Aiken -- 27. From the platitudinous to the absurd : (a response to H.D. Aiken) -- 28. Myths and realities : McCarthyism and communism -- 29. A philosophical perspective.

 

Talisse, Robert, and Robert Tempio, eds. Sidney Hook on Pragmatism, Democracy, and Freedom: The Essential Essays. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2002.  Buy Now!

 

 

Hilary Putnam (1926-2016)

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Putnam, Hilary. The Meaning of the Concept of Probability in Application to Finite Sequences. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1951. New York: Garland, 1990.

Putnam, Hilary. Philosophy of Mathematics: Selected Readings. Edited with Paul Benacerraf. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964. 2nd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Philosophy of Logic. New York: Harper and Row, 1971. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1972.

Putnam, Hilary. Mathematics, Matter and Method. Philosophical Papers, vol. 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975. 2nd. ed., 1985. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Mind, Language and Reality. Philosophical Papers, vol. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Meaning and the Moral Sciences. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1978. Reprinted, 2010. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Reason, Truth, and History. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1981. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Realism and Reason. Philosophical Papers, vol. 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. The Many Faces of Realism. La Salle, Ill.: Open Court, 1987. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Representation and Reality. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1988. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Realism with a Human Face. Edited by James Conant. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1990. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Renewing Philosophy. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1992. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Words and Life. Edited by James Conant. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1994. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Pragmatism: An Open Question. Oxford: Blackwell, 1995. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. The Threefold Cord: Mind, Body, and World. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. The Collapse of the Fact/Value Dichotomy and Other Essays. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2002. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Ethics Without Ontology. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2004. Buy Now!

Putnam, Hilary. Jewish Philosophy as a Guide to Life: Rosenzweig, Buber, Levinas, Wittgenstein. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2008. Buy Now!

 

 

Richard Rorty (1931-2007)

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Rorty, Richard, ed. The Linguistic Turn: Recent Essays in Philosophical Method. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967. 2nd enlarged edition, 1992. The 2nd edition includes Two Retrospective Essays by Richard M. Rorty: Ten Years After (1977); Twenty-Five Years After (1990). Buy Now!

Rorty, Richard. Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1979. Reprinted, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2009. Buy Now!

Rorty, Richard. Consequences of Pragmatism: Essays, 1972-1980. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1982.  Buy Now!Contents: Introduction: Pragmatism as philosophy (1982); The world well lost (1972); Keeping philosophy pure: an essay on Wittgenstein (1976); Overcoming the tradition: Heidegger and Dewey (1976); Professionalized philosophy and transcendentalist culture (1976); Dewey's metaphysics (1977); Philosophy as a kind of writing: an essay on Derrida (1978); Is there a problem about fictional discourse? (1983); Nineteenth-century idealism and twentieth-century textualism (1981); Pragmatism, relativism, and irrationalism (1980); Cavell on skepticism (1981); Method, social science, and social hope (1981); Philosophy in America today (1982).

Rorty, Richard. Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1989.  Buy Now!Contents: Preface; Introduction; The contingency of language (1986); The contingency of selfhood (1986); The contingency of a liberal community (1986); Private irony and liberal hope; Self-creation and affiliation: Proust, Nietzsche, and Heidegger; From ironist theory to private allusions: Derrida; The barber of Kasbeam: Nabokov on cruelty (1989); The last intellectual in Europe: Orwell on cruelty; Solidarity.

Rorty, Richard. Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth: Philosophical Papers I. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1991. Buy Now!Contents: Introduction: antirepresentationalism, ethnocentrism, and liberalism; Solidarity or objectivity? (1984); Science as solidarity (1987); Is natural science a natural kind? (1988); Pragmatism without method (1983); Texts and lumps (1985); Inquiry as recontextualization: an anti-dualist account of interpretation (1991); Non-reductive physicalism (1987); Pragmatism, Davidson and truth (1986); Representation, social practise, and truth (1988); Unfamiliar noises: Hesse and Davidson on metaphor (1987); The priority of democracy to philosophy (1988); Postmodernist bourgeois liberalism (1983); On ethnocentrism: a reply to Clifford Geertz (1986); Cosmopolitanism without emancipation: a response to Jean-François Lyotard (1985).

Rorty, Richard. Essays on Heidegger and Others: Philosophical Papers II. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1991. Buy Now!Contents: Introduction: Pragmatism and post-Nietzschean philosophy (1986); Philosophy as science, as metaphor, and as politics (1986); Heidegger, contingency, and pragmatism (1984); Wittgenstein, Heidegger, and the reification of language (1989); Heidegger, Kundera, and Dickens (1991); Deconstruction and circumvention (1984);  Two meanings of 'logocentrism': a reply to Norris (1989); Is Derrida a transcendental philosopher? (1989); De Man and the American cultural left (1990, 1995); Freud and moral reflection (1986); Habermas and Lyotard on postmodernity (1984); Unger, Castoriadis, and the romance of a national future (1988); Moral identity and private autonomy: the case of Foucault (1989).

Rorty, Richard, with Derek Nystrom and Kent Puckett. Against Bosses, Against Oligarchies: A Conversation with Richard Rorty. Charlottesville, Va.: Prickly Pear Pamphlets, 1998. Reprinted, Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press, 2002. Buy Now!

Rorty, Richard. Achieving Our Country: Leftist Thought in Twentieth-Century America. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1998. Buy Now! 

Rorty, Richard. Truth and Progress: Philosophical Papers III. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Buy Now!Contents: Introduction (1998); Is truth a goal of inquiry? Donald Davidson vs. Crispin Wright (1995); Hilary Putnam and the relativist menace (1993); John Searle on realism and relativism (1994); Charles Taylor on truth (1994); Daniel Dennett on intrinsicality (1993); Robert Brandom on social practices and representations; The very idea of human answerability to the world: John McDowell's version of empiricism; Anti-sceptical weapons: Michael Williams vs. Donald Davidson; Human rights, rationality, and sentimentality (1993); Rationality and cultural difference (1992); The end of Leninism, Havel, and social hope (1995); Feminism and pragmatism (1991); The Historiography of Philosophy: Four Genres (1984); The contingency of philosophical problems: Michael Ayers on Locke; Dewey between Hegel and Darwin (1994); Habermas, Derrida and the functions of philosophy (1995); Derrida and the philosophical tradition (1995).

Rorty, Richard. Philosophy and Social Hope. New York: Penguin, 2000. Buy Now!Contents: Preface; Introduction: Relativism: finding and making (1996); Trotsky and the wild orchids (1992); Truth without correspondence to reality (1994); A world without substances or essences (1994); Ethics without principles (1994); The banality of pragmatism and the poetry of justice (1990); Pragmatism and law: response to David Luban (1996); Education as socialization and as individualization (1989); The humanistic intellectual: eleven theses (1989); The pragmatist's progress: Umberto Eco and interpretation (1992); Religious faith, intellectual responsibility, and romance (1996); Religion as conversation-stopper (1994); Thomas Kuhn, rocks, and the laws of physics (1997); On Heidegger's Nazism (1990); Failed prophecies, glorious hopes (1999); A spectre is haunting the intellectuals: Derrida on Marx (1995); Love and money (1992); Globalization, the politics of humanity and social hope (1997); Looking backwards from the year 2096 (1996); The unpatriotic academy (1994); Back to class politics (1997); Afterword: Pragmatism, pluralism and postmodernism.

Rorty, Richard and Gianni Vattimo. The Future of Religion. Ed. Santiago Zabala. New York: Columbia University Press, 2005. Buy Now!

Rorty, Richard and Eduardo Mendieta. Take Care of Freedom and Truth will take Care of Itself: Interviews with Richard Rorty. Stanford, Cal.: Stanford University Press, 2006. Buy Now!

Rorty, Richard and Pascal Engel. What's the Use of Truth? Ed. Patrick Savidan. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007. Buy Now!

Rorty, Richard. Philosophy as Cultural Politics: Philosophical Papers IV. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Buy Now!Contents: Cultural politics and the question of the existence of God (2002); Pragmatism as romantic polytheism (1998); Justice as a larger loyalty (1997); Honest Mistakes; Grandeur, profundity, and finitude (2004); Philosophy as a transitional genre (2004); Pragmatism and romanticism; Analytic and conversational philosophy (2003); A pragmatist view of contemporary analytic philosophy (2004); Naturalism and quietism; Wittgenstein and the linguistic turn; Holism and historicism (2005); Kant vs. Dewey: the current situation of moral philosophy (2004).

 

 

Nicholas Rescher (1928- )

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Books relating to pragmatism

Rescher, Nicholas. Hypothetical Reasoning. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co., 1964.

Rescher, Nicholas. Essays in Philosophical Analysis: Historical and Systematic. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1969. Reissued in 1982 by the University Press of America: Washington, D.C.

Rescher, Nicholas. Introduction to Value Theory. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1969. Reissued in 1982 by the University Press of America: Washington, D.C..

Rescher, Nicholas. Scientific Explanation. New York: The Free Press, 1970.

Rescher, Nicholas. The Coherence Theory of Truth. Oxford: The Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press, 1973. Reissued in 1982 by the University Press of America: Washington, D.C..

Rescher, Nicholas. Conceptual Idealism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1973. Reissued in 1982 by the University Press of America: Washington, D.C..

Rescher, Nicholas. The Primacy of Practice. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1973.

Rescher, Nicholas. A Theory of Possibility. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1975. Co-published in the USA by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

Rescher, Nicholas. Unselfishness: The Role of the Vicarious Affects in Moral Philosophy and Social Theory. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1975.

Rescher, Nicholas. Plausible Reasoning. Amsterdam: Van Gorcum, 1976.

Rescher, Nicholas. Dialectics: A Controversy-Oriented Approach to the Theory of Knowledge. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1977.

Rescher, Nicholas. Methodological Pragmatism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1977. Co-published in the USA by the New York University Press.

Rescher, Nicholas. Peirce's Philosophy of Science. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1978.

Rescher, Nicholas. Scientific Progress: A Philosophical Essay on the Economics of Research in Natural Science. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1978. Co-published in the USA by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

Rescher, Nicholas. Cognitive Systematization. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1979. Co-published in the USA by Rowman & Littlefield.

Rescher, Nicholas. Induction. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1980. Co-published in the USA by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

Rescher, Nicholas. Skepticism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1980. Co-published in the USA by Rowman & Littlefield.

Rescher, Nicholas. Unpopular Essays on Technological Progress. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1980.

Rescher, Nicholas. Empirical Inquiry. Totowa, N.J.: Rowan & Littlefield, 1982. Co-published in Great Britain by Athlone Press: London, 1982.

Rescher, Nicholas. Risk: A Philosophical Introduction to the Theory of Risk Evaluation and Management. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1983.

Rescher, Nicholas. The Limits of Science. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1984. Second (revised and enlarged) edition, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. The Riddle of Existence: An Essay in Idealistic Metaphysics. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1984.

Rescher, Nicholas. Pascal's Wager: An Essay on Practical Reasoning in Philosophical Theology. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1985.

Rescher, Nicholas. The Strife of Systems: An Essay on the Grounds and Implications of Philosophical Diversity. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1985.

Rescher, Nicholas. Ethical Idealism: A Study of the Import of Ideals. Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press, 1987.

Rescher, Nicholas. Forbidden Knowledge and Other Essays on the Philosophy of Cognition. Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing Co., 1987.

Rescher, Nicholas. Scientific Realism: A Critical Reappraisal. Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing Co., 1987.

Rescher, Nicholas. Rationality. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988.

Rescher, Nicholas. Moral Absolutes: An Essay on the Nature and the Rationale of Morality. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Co., 1989.

Rescher, Nicholas. Cognitive Economy: Economic Perspectives in the Theory of Knowledge. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989.

Rescher, Nicholas. A Useful Inheritance: Evolutionary Epistemology in Philosophical Perspective. Savage, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1990. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Human Interests: Reflections on Philosophical Anthropology. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990.

Rescher, Nicholas. Baffling Phenomena and Other Studies in the Philosophy of Knowledge and Valuation. Savage, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1991.

Rescher, Nicholas. A System of Pragmatic Idealism, vol. 1: Human Knowledge in Idealistic Perspective. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991.

Rescher, Nicholas. A System of Pragmatic Idealism, vol. 2: The Validity of Values: Human Values in Pragmatic Perspective. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992.

Rescher, Nicholas. Pluralism: Against the Demand for Consensus. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Standardism: An Empirical Approach to Philosophical Methodology. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1993.

Rescher, Nicholas. American Philosophy Today, and Other Philosophical Studies. Savage, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1994. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. A System of Pragmatic Idealism, vol. 3: Metaphilosophical Inquiries. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994.

Rescher, Nicholas. Luck: The Brilliant Randomness of Everyday Life. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1995. Reprinted, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Process Metaphysics. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Satisfying Reason: Studies in the Theory of Knowledge. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1995.

Rescher, Nicholas. Priceless Knowledge? An Essay to Economic Limits to Scientific Progress. Savage, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1996.

Rescher, Nicholas. Studien zur naturwissenschaftlichen Erkenntnislehre. Wurzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 1996.

Rescher, Nicholas. Objectivity: The Obligations of Impersonal Reason. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1997.

Rescher, Nicholas. Predicting the Future. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Profitable Speculations: Essays on Current Philosophical Themes. Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1997. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Communicative Pragmatism: And Other Philosophical Essays on Language. Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Complexity: A Philosophical Overview. New Brunswick NJ.: Transaction Publishers, 1998. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Realistic Pragmatism: An Introduction to Pragmatic Philosophy. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Nature and Understanding: A Study of the Metaphysics of Science. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Inquiry Dynamics. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction, 2000. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Cognitive Pragmatism. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Minding Matter and Other Essays in Philosophical Inquiry. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Paradoxes. Chicago, Ill.: Open Court Publishing Co., 2001. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Philosophical Reasoning. Oxford: Blackwell, 2001. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Process Philosophy: A Survey of Basic Issues. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Fairness. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2002. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Rationalität, Wissenschaft, und Praxis. Wurzburg: Konigshausen & Neumann, 2002.

Rescher, Nicholas. Cognitive Idealization: On the Nature and Utility of Cognitive Ideals. Uxbridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2003. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Epistemology: On the Scope and Limits of Knowledge. Albany NY: SUNY Press, 2003. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Imagining Irreality: A Study of Unrealized Possibility. Chicago, Ill.: Open Court, 2003. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Rationality in Pragmatic Perspective. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Sensible Decisions: Issues of Rational Decision in Personal Choice and Public Policy. Totowa, NJ.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Epistemic Logic: A Survey of the Logic of Knowledge. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2004.

Rescher, Nicholas. Value Matters: Studies in Axiology. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2005. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Realism and Pragmatic Epistemology. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Studies in Pragmatism. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2005. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Cognitive Harmony. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Common Sense: A New Look at an Old Tradition. Milwaukee, WI.: Marquette University Press, 2005.

Rescher, Nicholas. Fondements de l'ontologie de procés. Frankfurt: Ontos, 2005.

Rescher, Nicholas. Reason and Reality: Realism and Idealism in Pragmatic Perspective. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. What If? Thought Experimentation in Philosophy. New Brunswick, NJ.: Transaction Books, 2005. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Philosophical Dialectics: An Essay on Metaphilosophy. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2005. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Error. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Metaphysics: The Key Issues from a Realistic Perspective. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2006. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Autobiography. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2006. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Epistemic Pragmatism and other studies in the Theory of Knowledge. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2008. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Aporetics: Rational Deliberation in the Face of Inconsistency. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Free Will: A Philosophical Reappraisal. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publisher, 2009. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Ignorance. 2nd edn. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009. Buy Now!

Rescher, Nicholas. Unknowability: An Inquiry into the Limits of Knowledge. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2009. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Reality and Its Appearance. London and New York: Continuum, 2010. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Ideas in Process: A Study on the Development of Philosophical Concepts. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2010. Buy Now! 

Rescher, Nicholas. Epistemological Studies. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2010. Buy Now! 

 

 

Paul Kurtz (1925-2012)

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Kurtz, Paul. Multi-Secularism: A New Agenda. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 2010. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Exuberant Skepticism. Edited by John R. Shook. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2010. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. What Is Secular Humanism? Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2007. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Affirmations: Joyful and Creative Exuberance, Revised Edition. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2005. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Skepticism and Humanism: The New Paradigm. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 2001.

Kurtz, Paul. Humanist Manifesto 2000: A Call for a New Planetary Humanism. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2000. Buy Now!

Kurtz, Paul. Embracing the Power of Humanism. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000. Buy Now!

Kurtz, Paul. The Courage to Become: The Virtues of Humanism. New York: Praeger/Greenwood, 1997. Buy Now!

Kurtz, Paul. The New Skepticism: Inquiry and Reliable Knowledge. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1992. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Philosophical Essays in Pragmatic Naturalism. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1991. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Eupraxophy: Living Without Religion. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1989. Reprinted as Living without Religion: Eupraxophy (1994). Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Forbidden Fruit: The Ethics of Humanism. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1987. Reprinted (2008). Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. The Transcendental Temptation: A Critique of Religion and the Paranormal. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1986. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul, et al. Humanist Manifestos I and II. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1984. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. In Defense of Secular Humanism. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1983. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. A Secular Humanist Declaration. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1980. Buy Now! 

Kurtz, Paul. Exuberance: An Affirmative Philosophy of Life. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1977.

Kurtz, Paul. The Fullness of Life. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books; New York: Horizon Books, 1974.

Kurtz, Paul. The Humanist Alternative. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books; London: Pemberton Books, 1973.

Kurtz, Paul. Decision and the Condition of Man. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1965.

 

Media-graphy: A Bibliography of the Works of Paul Kurtz, Fifty-One Years: 1952-2003. Amherst, N.Y.: center for Inquiry, 2004. Buy Now! 

 

 

Joseph Margolis (1924- )

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Margolis, Joseph. The Cultural Space of the Arts and the Infelicities of Reductionism. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Pragmatism's advantage: American and European philosophy at the end of the twentieth century. Stanford, Cal.: Stanford University Press, 2010. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Culture and cultural entities: toward a new unity of science, 2nd edn (1st edn. 1984). Dordrecht: Springer, 2009. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. On Aesthetics. Belmont, Cal.: Wadworth, 2008. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. The Arts and the Definition of the Human: Toward a Philosophical Anthropology. Stanford, Cal.: Stanford University Press, 2008. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Pragmatism Without Foundations: Reconciling Realism and Relativism, 2nd edn. (first published in 1986). London and New York: Continuum, 2007. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Introduction to Philosophical Problems. London and New York: Continuum, 2006. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Moral Philosophy after 9/11. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2004. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. The Unraveling of Scientism: American Philosophy at the End of the Twentieth Century. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2003. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Reinventing Pragmatism: American Philosophy at the End of the Twentieth Century. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2002. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. The Quarrel between Invariance and Flux: A Vade Mecum for Philosophers and Other Players. With Jacques Catudal. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Selves and Other Texts: The Case for Cultural Realism. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph, and Tom Rockmore, ed. The Philosophy of Interpretation. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2001. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. What, After All, Is a Work of Art? Lectures in the Philosophy of Art. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999. Reprinted, 2009. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Life without Principles: Reconciling Theory and Practice. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1996.

Margolis, Joseph. Historied Thought, Constructed World: A Conceptual Primer for the Turn of the Millennium. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995.

Margolis, Joseph. Interpretation Radical But Not Unruly: The New Puzzle of the Arts and History. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. The Flux of History and the Flux of Science. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.

Margolis, Joseph. The Truth about Relativism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991.

Margolis, Joseph. Texts without Referents: Reconciling Science and Narrative. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989.

Margolis, Joseph. Science without Unity: Reconciling the Natural and the Human Sciences. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1987.

Margolis, Joseph, ed. Philosophy Looks at the Arts. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1987. Buy Now! 

Margolis, Joseph. Psychology: Designing the Discipline. With Peter Manicas, Rom Harré, and Paul Secord. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986.

Margolis, Joseph. Pragmatism without Foundations: Reconciling Relativism and Realism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986.

Margolis, Joseph. Culture and Cultural Entities. Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1984.

Margolis, Joseph. Philosophy of Psychology. Foundations of Philosophy Series. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1984.

Margolis, Joseph. Art and Philosophy. Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Humanities Press; Hassocks: Harvester Press, 1980.

Margolis, Joseph. Persons and Minds. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1978.

Margolis, Joseph. Negativities: The Limits of Life. Columbus, Ohio: Charles Merrill, 1975.

Margolis, Joseph. Knowledge and Existence: An Introduction to Philosophical Problems. New York: Oxford University Press, 1973.

Margolis, Joseph. Values and Conduct. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1971.

Margolis, Joseph. Psychotherapy and Morality: A Study of Two Concepts. New York: Random House, 1966.

Margolis, Joseph. The Language of Art and Art Criticism: Analytic Questions in Aesthetics. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1965.

 

 

Cornel West (1953- )

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West, Cornel. Brother West: Living and Loving Out Loud, A Memoir with David Ritz. New York: SmileyBooks, 2009. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Hope on a Tightrope: Words and Wisdom. Carlsbad, Cal.: Hay House, 2008. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Democracy Matters: Winning the Fight Against Imperialism. New York: Penguin, 2004. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel, and Eddie Glaude, Jr., ed. African American Religious Thought: An Anthology. Louisville, Ky.: Westminster Press, 2003.  Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. The Other Malcolm: "Shorty" Jarvis, His Memoir. By Malcolm "Shorty" Jarvis, with Paul D. Nichols, edited by Cornel West. Jefferson, N.C.:  McFarland, 2001. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. The African-American Century: How Black Americans Have Shaped Our Century, New York: Simon and Schuster, 2000. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. The Cornel West Reader. New York: Basic Civitas Books, 1999. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel, and Quinton Hosford Dixie, ed. The Courage to Hope: From Black Suffering to Human Redemption. Boston: Beacon Press, 1999. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. The War Against Parents, with Sylvia Ann Hewlett. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1998. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. The Future of American Progressivism, with Roberto Unger. Boston: Beacon, 1998. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Restoring Hope: Conversations on the Future of Black America, edited by Kelvin Sealey. Boston: Beacon Press, 1997. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Struggles in the Promised Land: Toward a History of Black-Jewish Relations in the United States, edited by Jack Salzman and Cornel West. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. The Future of the Race, with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York: Knopf, 1996. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Jews and Blacks: A Dialogue on Race, Religion, and Culture in America, with Michael Lerner. New York: Dutton/Plume, 1996. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Jews and Blacks: Let the Healing Begin, with Michael Lerner. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1995.

West, Cornel. White Screens/Black Images: Hollywood from the Dark Side, by James Snead, edited by Colin MacCabe and Cornel West. New York: Routledge, 1994.

West, Cornel. Keeping Faith: Philosophy and Race in America. New York: Routledge, 1993. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Beyond Eurocentism and Multiculturalism. Vol. 1: Prophetic Thoughts in Post-Modern Times. Vol. 2: Prophetic Reflections: Notes on Race and Power in America. Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 1993.

West, Cornel. Race Matters. Boston: Beacon Press, 1993. Reissued in hardcover with new introduction, 2001. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel, and bell hooks. Breaking Bread: Insurgent Black Intellectual Life. Boston: South End Press, 1991. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. The Ethical Dimensions of Marxist Thought. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1991. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Cultures, edited by Russell Ferguson, Martha Gever, Trihn T. Minh-ha, and Cornel West. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1990.

West, Cornel. The American Evasion of Philosophy: A Genealogy of Pragmatism. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Prophetic Fragments: Illuminations of the Crisis in American Religion and Culture. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1988. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel, and John Rajchman, ed. Post-Analytic Philosophy. New York: Columbia University Press, 1985. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Prophesy Deliverance!: An African American Revolutionary Christianity. Louisville, Ky.: Westminster Press, 1982. 20th anniversary reissue, 2002. Buy Now! 

West, Cornel. Theology in the Americas: Detroit II Conference Papers, edited by Margaret Coakley, Caridad Guidote, and Cornel West. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1982.

 

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