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Compiled by Gideon Lewis-Kraus updated Book entries are followed by the publication information for foreign translations. Bibliography Compiled by Gideon Lewis-Kraus updated Book entries are followed by the publication information for foreign translations.
Dissertation, Yale University, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Gabriel Bello. Amsterdam: Van Gorcum, Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature Princeton, N. Michael Gebauer. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, Gianni Millone and Roberto Sallizone. Milan: Bompiani, Jorge Pires. Lisbon: Publicaoes Dom Quixote, Youzhen Li. Taipei Shih: Chiu ta wen hua ku fen yu hsien kung ssu: kuei kuan t'u shu yu hsien kung ssu, Thierry Marchaisse.
Paris: Seuil, Sarajevo: Veselin Maslesa, Keiichi Noe. Tokyo: Sangyo Tosho, Michal Szczubialka. Warsaw: Fundacja Aletheia-Wydawnictwo Spacja, Portuguese translation [Brazil]: A filosofia e o espehlo da natureza. Antonio Transito. Rio de Janeiro: Relume-Dumara, Jesus Fernandez Zulaica. Madrid: Catedra, Novosibirsk: Izd-vo Novosibirskogo Universiteta, Nevena Tosheva.
Sofia: Nauka i iskustvo, Chi-su Pak. Seoul: Kkach'i, Egon Gal. Bratislava: Kalligram, Bourlakis, F. Athens: Kritiki Publishing Company, Li Yu-cheng. Beijing: Commercial Press, Funda Gunsoy Kaya. Istanbul: Paradigma Yayinlari, Arabic translation: Arabic Organization for Translation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Tokyo: Ochanomizu Shobo, Fabrizio Elefante. Milan: Feltrinelli, Dusan Kuzmanovic.
Belgrade: Nolit, Jean-Pierre Cometti. Tong-Sik Kim. Seoul: Minumsa, Jose Miquel Esteban Cloquell. Madrid: Tecnos, Czeslaw Karkowski. Portuguese translation Brazil , forthcoming. Portuguese translation Portugal , forthcoming.
Schneewind and Quentin Skinner. Eduardo Sinnot. Barcelona: Paidos, Christa Kruger. Giulia Boringhieri. Rome: Laterza, Aarhus: Modtryk, Alfredo Eduardo Sinnot and Jorge Vigil. Kees Vuyk. Kampen: Kok Agora, Nuno de Ferreira da Fonseca. Lisbon: Editorial Presenca, Pierre-Emanuel Dauzat. Paris: Armand Colin, Janos Boros and Gabor Csordas. Budapest: Jelenkor Kiado, Karmen Basic. Zagreb: Naprijed, Mehmet Kucuk and Alev Turker. Istanbul: Ayrinti, Pavel Toman. Prague: Pedagogicka Fakulta Univerzity Karlovy, Tong-Sik Kim and Yu-son Yi.
Waclaw Jan Popowski. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Spacja, Khestanova and R. Moscow: Russkoe Fenomenologicheskoe Obshchestvo, Joachim Retzlaff. Lund: Studentlitteratur, Wen-rwei Hsu. Hong Kong: Ch'eng-pang, Corina Sorana Stefanov. Bucharest: Editura All, Ina Merdzhanova. Sofia: Izdatelska kushta "Kritika i Khumanizum," Tallinn: Vagabund, Vevere Velga. Riga: Petergailis, Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Kostas Kouremos. Athens: Alexandria, Xun Wenrui. Ohad Zehavi. Tel Aviv: Resling,
Giro Linguistico by Richard Rorty
Compiled by Gideon Lewis-Kraus updated Book entries are followed by the publication information for foreign translations. Bibliography Compiled by Gideon Lewis-Kraus updated Book entries are followed by the publication information for foreign translations. Dissertation, Yale University, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Gabriel Bello. Amsterdam: Van Gorcum, Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature Princeton, N.
Professor Richard Rorty
The linguistic turn was a major development in Western philosophy during the early 20th century, the most important characteristic of which is the focusing of philosophy and the other humanities primarily on the relations between language , language users, and the world. Very different intellectual movements were associated with the "linguistic turn", although the term itself is commonly thought to have been popularised by Richard Rorty 's anthology The Linguistic Turn , in which he discusses the turn towards linguistic philosophy. According to Rorty, who later dissociated himself from linguistic philosophy and analytic philosophy generally, the phrase "the linguistic turn" originated with philosopher Gustav Bergmann. Traditionally, the linguistic turn is taken to also mean the birth of analytic philosophy. According to Michael Dummett , the linguistic turn can be dated to Gottlob Frege 's work The Foundations of Arithmetic , specifically paragraph 62 where Frege explores the identity of a numerical proposition. In order to answer a Kantian question about numbers , "How are numbers given to us, granted that we have no idea or intuition of them? This concern for the logic of propositions and their relationship to "facts" was later taken up by the notable analytic philosopher Bertrand Russell in " On Denoting ", and played a weighty role in his early work in logical atomism.
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