Kripke's Wittgenstein on rules and private language at 40 / edited by Claudine Verheggen (York University, Toronto).

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2024.
Description
x, 277 pages ; 23 cm.

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Cambridge philosophical anniversaries
Summary note
"A major reassessment, by leading philosophers of language and mind, of one of the most celebrated and influential books of the past forty years, Saul Kripke's Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language. The volume demonstrates that many of the issues first introduced by Kripke, both exegetical and philosophical, remain urgent and unsettled"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Kripke's Wittgenstein's Skepticism about rules and meaning : in defense of the standard interpretation / Alexander Miller
  • Putting Wittgenstein back into Kripkenstein : meaning skepticism and knowing how to go on / Hannah Ginsborg
  • Answering Kripke's skeptic : dispositions without 'dispositionalism' / Henry Jackman
  • Wittgensteinean notions of uniformity and Kripkensteinean skepticism / James R. Shaw
  • Wittgenstein's naturalism and the skeptical paradox / Marie Mcginn
  • Kripke and Wittgenstein on rules and meaning / Gary Ebbs
  • Semantic normativity, properly so called / Daniel Whiting
  • What is the skeptical problem? Wittgenstein's response to Kripke / Claudine Verheggen
  • How not to brush questions under the rug / Olivia Sultanescu
  • Quadders and zombies : a Kripkean argument against materialism / Anandi Hattiangadi
  • Communitarianism, interpersonalism and individualism in Kripke's "skeptical solution" / Christopher Campbell
  • 'Considered in isolation' / Arif Ahmed
  • The meaning of meaning ascriptions : assertability conditions and meaning facts / José L. Zalabardo.
ISBN
  • 9781009098212
  • 1009098217
LCCN
2023031388
OCLC
1390680249
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