Putnam, Hilary

Putnam, Hilary

(1926–  ) philosopher, logician; born in Chicago. He earned a doctorate from the University of California: Los Angeles (1951), and after teaching at Rockefeller University (1951–52), Northwestern (1952–53), Princeton (1953–61), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1961–65), he became a professor at Harvard (1965). A prominent analytic philosopher, he dealt with both technical problems and broader questions; his works include Mind, Language, and Reality (1965).
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Putnam, Hilary (2002), The Collapse of the Fact/Value Dichotomy and Other Essays, Cambridge, Harvard University Press.
Putnam, Hilary (1984), "After Ayer, after empiricism.
Putnam, Hilary (1982), "Why reason can't be naturalized", en Realism and Reason.
Putnam, Hilary (1981c), "Beyond historicism", en Realism and Reason.
a este respecto las observaciones de De Caro, Mario, "Introduzione", en: Putnam, Hilary, Fatto / valore.
Putnam, Hilary, Rinnovare la filosofia, Milan: Garzanti, 1998, pp.
Putnam, Hilary, Mente, corpo, mondo, Bolona: Il Mulino, 2003, p.
Putnam, Hilary, "A Half Century of Philosophy, Viewed from Within", en: Daedalus, CXXVI (1997), pp.
tambien Putnam, Hilary, Realism and Reason, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.
Putnam, Hilary, "Philosophy as Reconstructive Activity: William James on Moral Philosophy", en: Egginton, W.
Putnam, Hilary y Jurgen Habermas, Normas y valores, introd.
Putnam, Hilary (1991), El significado y las ciencias morales.