Bentham's Theory of Fictions, Volume 6

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Philosophy - 161 pages
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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The Forgotten Bentham What a fascinating book! I had been aware that many of the innovations appearing in Nietzsche's work regarding 'Truth' (i.e., the lack thereof) had been 'in the air' throughout ... Read full review

Contents

ORIGINS AND INFLUENCES
ix
THE THEORY
xxxiv
EXPANSIONS AND APPLICATIONS Ixii
lxii
REMEDIES LEGAL AND GENERAL
cxiii
PAGE
7
FICTIONS IN PSYCHOLOGY
59
ELLIPTICAL FICTIONS
66
LANGUAGE AS A SIGNSYSTEM
105
SUBSTANTIVE AND ADJECTIVE
114
THE FICTION OF AN ORIGINAL CONTRACT
122
SUMMARY
137
APPENDIX B The Classification of Fictions
151
INDEX
157
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