From a Logical Point of View: 9 Logicophilosophical EssaysSeveral of these essays have been printed whole in journals; others are in varying degrees new. Two main themes run through them. One is the problem of meaning, particularly as involved in the notion of an analytic statement. The other is the notion of ontological, commitment, particularly as involved in the problem of universals. 
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User Review  Andrew Anony  GoodreadsRead: On What There Is "What is there?" is a simple way to put the ontological (study of being) question. But when two people disagree on the existence of something, we run into an ontological problem ... Read full review
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User Review  Andrew  GoodreadsLet's start with a confession, I don't understand formal logical systems as well as I probably should. Turns out if you're in a really pissy mood due to workrelated crap and poor relationship ... Read full review
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