Expressivism, Pragmatism and Representationalism

  title={Expressivism, Pragmatism and Representationalism},
  author={Huw Price and Simon R. Blackburn and Robert B. Brandom and Paul Horwich and Michael Allen Williams},
Notes on the contributors Preface Part I. The Descartes Lectures 2008: 1. Naturalism without representationalism 2. Two expressivist programmes, two bifurcations 3. Pluralism, 'world' and the primacy of science Part II. Commentaries: 4. Pragmatism: all or some? 5. Naturalism, deflationism and the relative priority of language and metaphysics 6. How pragmatists can be local expressivists Part III. Postscript and Replies: 7. Prospects for global expressivism Bibliography Index. 
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