The Philosophy of Jaakko Hintikka
Randall E. Auxier, Lewis Edwin Hahn
Open Court, 2006 - Philosophy - 971 pages
One of the world's most influential logicians, Jaakko Hintikka is a leading figure on the international philosophical scene. Here, he responds to his critics. The 27 critical and descriptive essays in this book, written by important scholars from a variety of fields, challenge Hintikka's innovations in philosophy, logic, and linguistics. His replies, and the essays themselves, all previously unpublished, form a lively, provocative exchange of ideas. Also included is an intellectual autobiography and a complete bibliography of Hintikka's writings.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Descriptive and Critical Essays on
Hintikkas Ideas about the History
Hintikka on Aristotelean Constructions
30 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
analysis analytic answer argues argument Aristotle Aristotle's assumption axiomatic set theory axioms basic calculus Cambridge claim cogito concept of truth confirmation context deductive defined dependence Descartes Descartes's discussion distinction Dordrecht epistemic Epistemology essay Euclid's example existence existential explain expressed fact first-order logic formal formula Frege Gabriel Sandu game-theoretical semantics geometry Hence Hilbert Husserl Ibid idea independence independence-friendly logic individual inductive ineffability inference inquiry interpretation intuition Jaakko Hintikka Kant Kant's kind Kluwer Academic Publishers knowledge language-games linguistic mathematics means metalanguage method modal model theory natural language negation notion objects Ontological Argument Oxford Peirce players possible worlds postulate presuppositions principle prior problem proof proposition quantifiers question reason relation rigid designators role rules Sandu second-order second-order logic semantical games sense sentence Skolem functions structure Synthese Tarski theorem thought Tractatus translation true truth definition truth predicate understand University Press variables winning strategy Wittgenstein