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Communicative Pragmatism and Other Philosophical Essays on Language

Nicholas Rescher - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1998 - 213 pages
In this pioneering study of communicative conventions, distinguished philosopher Nicholas Rescher focuses on the principles at work in the communicative use of language ...
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Profitable Speculations: Essays on Current Philosophical Themes

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 1997 - 287 pages
The first group surveys key aspects of the recent scene in philosophy in a retrospective mood that is appropriate as the century nears its close. The second group is a critical ...
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Studies in Pragmatism

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 2005 - 178 pages
set of studies of various ideas and theories that play a key role in traditional pragmatism and are important for the idealistic pragmatism Nicholas Rescher long was engaged in ...
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Metaphilosophy: Philosophy in Philosophical Perspective

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 2014 - 262 pages
The definitive mission of metaphilosophy is to facilitate an understanding of how philosophy works—the aim of the enterprise, the instrumental and procedural resources for its ...
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Epistemology: An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 2003 - 406 pages
A comprehensive introduction to the theory of knowledge.
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Cognitive Complications: Epistemology in Pragmatic Perspective

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 2015 - 260 pages
The prime intent of Cognitive Complications is one of innovation. Rescher addresses issues that are under-examined in the present state of discussion, their inherent interest ...
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Kant and the Reach of Reason: Studies in Kant's Theory of Rational ...

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 2000 - 258 pages
The essays collected in this volume have a strong thematic and interpretative unity. Their underlying concern is with the overall nature of Kant's philosophical system, and ...
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