Davidson, Donald

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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Davidson, Donald (2004a), "Paradoxes of irrationality", en Donald Davidson, Problems of Rationality, Nueva York, Oxford University Press, pp.
Davidson, Donald (1991), "Three Varieties of Knowledge" in A.
18) Davidson, Donald, "A Coherence Theory of Truth and Knowledge", en: Malachowski, A.
But his original plan had to be redrafted at the audition stage when he was blown away by the efforts of Gateshead residents Dennis Hewitt, Brian Dunn, Fred Fowler, Paul Davidson, Donald Mackay, Richard Bathan and Richard Cave.
Davidson, Donald, 2001, Subjective, Intersubjective, Objective, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
Davidson, Donald, Nuclear Weapons and the American Churches: Ethical Positions on Modern Warfare, Westview Press, 1983.
Davidson, Donald, 2001, "What Thought Requires", in J.
Davidson, Donald (2005), Truth and Predication, Cambridge, Estados Unidos, Harvard University Press.
Davidson, Donald, "Actions, Reasons and Causes", en: Essays on Actions and Events, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980.
Davidson, Donald (1995), "Could there be a science of rationality?
Davidson, Donald (1970), "Mental events", en Donald Davidson (1980a), pp.
Davidson, Donald (1996), "The folly of trying to define truth", Journal of Philosophy, vol.