Theories of Vagueness (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy)

Theories of Vagueness (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy)

Rosanna Keefe


obscure expressions, comparable to "heap," "red" and "child," proliferate all through traditional languages, and an expanding quantity of philosophical cognizance is being directed at theories of the good judgment and semantics linked to them. during this publication Rosanna Keefe explores the questions of what we must always wish from theories of vagueness and the way we must always examine them. Her robust and unique learn might be of curiosity to readers in philosophy of language and of brain, philosophical good judgment, epistemology and metaphysics.

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