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Davidson, Donald

(1917–  ) philosopher; born in Springfield, Mass. After earning a doctorate from Harvard (1949), he taught at Queens College (1947–50), Stanford (1950–67), Princeton (1967–69), Rockefeller University (1970–76), and the University of Chicago (from 1976), before joining the University of California: Berkeley in 1981. In Inquiries Into Truth and Interpretation (1983) and other influential works, he analyzed the semantic structures of ordinary languages and made contributions to philosophy of mind.
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Quine, Donald Davidson, Richard Rorty, Bernard Williams, John Rawls, and Rudolf Carnap.
Esta vez, bajo la lente de la filosofia postanalitica -abanderada por Richard Rorty, Hilary Putnam y Donald Davidson, entre otros-, Dapia vuelca su analisis con pleno interes en la relacion epistemologica que los conceptos de realidad y representacion revelan en el texto de Borges.
Los puntos de vista de Donald Davidson sobre la interpretacion de la mente y la accion estan siendo discutidos con mayor frecuencia en la reciente literatura de la filosofia de la psiquiatria.
Donald Davidson, Subjective, Intersubjective, Objective (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), p.
Benjamin Houston tells how Donald Davidson, a Nashville agrarian in the 1930s, sailed solo into strident defense of segregation in the 1950s, and John Langdale describes how Davidson's student, M.
Austin, Willard Van Orman Quine, Noam Chomsky, Paul Grice, Donald Davidson, Michael Dummett, Saul Kripke, and Jacques Derrida.
I'm talking about Donald Davidson, like John Crowe Ransom a native of Tennessee from Pulaski--the town in which the first cell of the Ku Klux Klan was hatched by Nathan Bedford Forrest--and the author of, among other works, a long poem that imagines Robert E.
Rorty, Richard (1986), "Pragmatism, Davidson, and Truth," in Truth and Interpretation: Perspectives on the Philosophy of Donald Davidson, LePore, Ernest (ed.
His interlocutors are a diverse bunch, ranging from American philosophers typically associated with pragmatism and analytic philosophy--including Donald Davidson, Wilard Quine and Ludwig Wittgenstein, but notably not Richard Rorty--to psychoanalysts to modernist writers, particularly Virginia Wolff.
Before they took up the mantle of Agrarianism, John Crowe Ransom, Donald Davidson, and Allen Tate were Fugitive poets who scorned both the romanticism of the Lost Cause and the pragmatism of the New South creed.
The track was paved with conventional asphalt beginning in the late 1930s, but according to IMS historian Donald Davidson, most of the original bricks remain under the paving.
En el clasico trabajo "De la idea misma de un esquema conceptual", Donald Davidson (1990) somete a cuestionamiento la tesis que afirma la existencia de esquemas conceptuales, aceptando para la discusion la premisa segun la cual tener un lenguaje implica tener un esquema conceptual, si bien varios lenguajes pueden convivir dentro del mismo esquema.