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作       者:Laugier, Sandra

出  版  社:University of Chicago Press

出版时间:2013-06-14

字       数:32.0万

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Sandra Laugier has long been a key liaison between American and European philosophical thought, responsible for bringing American philosophers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Stanley Cavell to French readers-but until now her books have never been published in English. Why We Need Ordinary Language Philosophy rights that wrong with a topic perfect for English-language readers: the idea of analytic philosophy.?Focused on clarity and logical argument, analytic philosophy has dominated the discipline in the United States, Australia, and Britain over the past one hundred years, and it is often seen as a unified, coherent, and inevitable advancement. Laugier questions this assumption, rethinking the very grounds that drove analytic philosophy to develop and uncovering its inherent tensions and confusions. Drawing on J. L. Austin and the later works of Ludwig Wittgenstein, she argues for the solution provided by ordinary language philosophy-a philosophy that trusts and utilizes the everyday use of language and the clarity of meaning it provides-and in doing so offers a major contribution to the philosophy of language and twentieth- and twenty-first-century philosophy as a whole.
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Cover

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Title Page

Contents

Preface

Introduction

1. From Empiricism to Realism

2. Relativity, Conceptual Schemes, and Theories

3. Truth, Language, and Immanence

4. Language, Facts, and Experience

5. Empiricism Again

6. Language as Given: Words, Differences, Agreements

7. The Ordinary as Heritage: Natural and Conventional

8. The Myth of Inexpressiveness

9. To Speak, To Say Nothing, To Mean to Say

Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Index

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