Group of 17 offprints of essays, articles and reviews on logic, philosophy, truth, etc., from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars. R. M. Martin, Richard Milton.

Group of 17 offprints of essays, articles and reviews on logic, philosophy, truth, etc., from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars

Paperback. Generally very good in wraps, occasional soil, tanning and light wear. Martin was part of the first wave of American analytical philosophers, and developed a "first order" theory of logic that was very successful. Although nowhere stated, these offprints are from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars. Includes: On Types, Denotation, and Truth (1951), A Homogeneous System for Formal Logic (1943), An Improvement in the Theory of Intensions (1967), Discussion on Inscriptions and Concatenation (1952), What Is a Rule of Language? (nd), Mr. Geach on Mention and Use (1949, some stains to last page), On Tarski's "Semantic Conception of Truth" (1951), On the Berkeley-Russell theory of Proper Names (1952), Review of Quine's From a Logical Point of View (1955, INSCRIBED with Regards R. M. M.), On Virtual Classes and Real Numbers (1950), On Woodger's Analysis of Biological Language (1954), On Truth and Multiple Denotation (1953), On Non-Translational Semantics (1953), On Leonardian Intentions of Class Terms (1969), Review of Veatch's Intentional Logic (1953), Review of Fitch's Symbolic Logic (1953), On the Semantics of Hobbes (1953). Very Good. Item #H17770

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