Truth and values: essays for Hans Herzberger

Calgary: University of Calgary Press (2011)
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A selection of essays dedicated to Hans Herzberger with affection and gratitude for both his profound work and his lasting example. Contributors: I. Levi (on whether and how a rational agent should be seen as a maximizer of some cognitive value), C. Normore (on medieval accounts of logical validity), J. P. Tappenden (on the local influences on Frege's doctrines), A. Urquhart (on the inexpressible), A. C. Varzi (on dimensionality and the sense of possibility), and S. Yablo (on content and carvings, and from there to mathematical realism).

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Achille C. Varzi
Columbia University
Jamie Tappenden
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
William Seager
University of Toronto at Scarborough

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