The Dialogue of Reason: An Analysis of Analytical Philosophy

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Index
acceptance 92 ff.
accidental uniformities 175 ff.
Achinstein, P.20
Alexander, S.146
analogy (in meaning) 36 ff., 51, 119, 196
analogy (in philosophical argument) 56, 71, 85, 99, 104, 112, 137, 201
Anderson, A. R.29, 105
Anderson, J. R.225
anti-realism (in epistemology) 38, 138, 143
Aquinas, T.5, 57
Aristotle18, 30, 57, 94, 136, 151, 215
Armstrong, D. M.140
art, philosophy of 53, 56
artificial intelligence 69, 203, 208 f., 230 f.
atheism 29
atomism, logical 25, 29, 34, 108
Austin, J. L.4, 8, 13, 19 f., 79 f., 96, 98, 101 f.
Ayer, A. J.14, 239, 31, 35, 37 ff., 58, 64, 118, 131, 135, 196
Bacon, F.9, 19, 60, 62, 68 f., 82, 137, 139
Bar-Hillel, M.159, 161, 185
Barnes, B.127
base-rate fallacy 159 ff., 182
Bayes' theorem 159, 163, 168
Beach, L. R.186
belief 92 ff., 103
Belnap, N. D., Jr.29, 105, 155, 216
Benenson, F. C.138
Bennett, J.39, 41
Bentham, J.139
Bergson, H.74
Berkeley, G.223
bivalence, rejection of 112, 138, 143
Bloor, D.127
Bobrow, D. G.206
Bochenski, I. M.33
Bolzano, B.4
Boole, G.6, 157
Bradley, F. H.25
Brandon, R.190
Brandt, R. B.14
Brouwer, L. E.J.28
Buckyhead, J. B.183
Butler, J.94, 136
Butterworth, G.40
Cajori, F.107
Campos, F. T.163, 169
Carnap, R.4 f., 8, 13 f., 19, 24 ff., 29, 31 f., 57 f., 65, 67 f., 78 ff., 96, 98, 100 f., 104, 108 f., 118, 120f., 123, 126, 129, 202, 215, 218
Cartwright, N.104
categorical reasoning (in philosophy) 64 ff., 111, 114, 129 ff., 174
chessplaying, computerized 69, 198 ff.
Chisholm, R. M.140
Chomsky, N.6
Christensen-Szalanski, J. J. J.183
Church, A.37
Clairaut, A. C.107
clarification 41 f.
Cohen, G.37
Cohen, John185
Cohen, L. J.15, 21, 23, 31, 38, 69 ff., 110, 127, 140, 151, 158 f., 171, 176, 178, 180 f., 186, 192, 202 f., 214
Collingwood, R. G.65
commonsense 64, 80
comprehensiveness, regulative ideal of 90 f.
computational metaphor (in psychology) 41, 193 ff.
computers 157, 193 ff., 221.
conceptualism 28, 139 f.
confirmation-theory 24, 68, 78, 80, 108 f., 120 f., 126 f., 202
conjunction, fallacy of 185 ff.
conscience 79, 80, 85, 88, 94, 97, 113, 118
consensus 27, 31, 47, 108, 113 ff., 187 f., 191
conservatism, fallacy of 163 ff., 168 f., 182
consistency, regulative ideal of 90 f., 106
contraposition, law of 156, 231
conventionalism 29, 34, 108, 117
converse, fallacy of 151

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I- Introduction: Analysis and Language 1
  • II- Analysis and Reasoning 49
  • III- Analysis and Rationality 149
  • IV- Analysis and Computation 193
  • Index 233
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