Language and Perception: Essays in the Philosophy of Language
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Contains seven essays that significantly reorient one’s thinking about philosophical problems of language and about related issues concerning perception, actions, fatalism, and the nature of the world. The essays examine such questions as: What are the basic parts of speaking? Does language mirror the world or does it control what we perceive? Do we name things because they have common properties? Prof. Ebersole is persuaded that many of the problems are influenced by philosophical pictures, and he uses examples to show how the pictures produce confusion. Also includes two chapters about Ebersole’ philosophical approach and about some meta-philosophical issues.
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