Tag: Indeterminacy of Translation

  • A Pragmatic Option

    by Jay Jeffers ____ American Pragmatism has been controversial from the start. It was accused of “cosmic impiety” by Bertrand Russell, a founding father of Anglophone analytic philosophy. Rifts developed quickly even within the young school of thought, with the original pragmatist Charles Sanders Peirce renaming his approach “pragmaticism,” which he thought was “ugly enough…

  • Kant / Quine / Davidson — Implications for Realism

    My dialogue with Crispin Sartwell of Dickinson College on Kant, Quine, and Davidson. Originally aired on MeaningofLife.TV, May 6, 2019.

  • Mini Symposium on Truth: Sartwell and Kaufman on Theories of Truth

    by Daniel A. Kaufman https://youtu.be/cV8exWNlGUA My discussion with Crispin Sartwell of Dickinson College on theories of truth.  Originally aired on the Sophia program, MeaningofLife.TV, February 12, 2019.