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Naturalism Without Mirrors

@inproceedings{Price2011NaturalismWM,
  title={Naturalism Without Mirrors},
  author={Huw Price},
  year={2011}
}
PREFACE 1. Moving the Mirror Aside 2. Metaphysical Pluralism 3. Semantic Minimalism and the Frege Point 4. Two Paths to Pragmatism 5. How to Stand Up for Noncognitivists 6. Naturalism and the fate of the M-Worlds 7. Ramsey On Saying And Whistling: A Discordant Note 8. Truth As Convenient Friction 9. Naturalism Without Representationalism 10. Immodesty Without Mirrors-Making Sense of Wittgenstein's Linguistic Pluralism 11. . Pragmatism, Quasi-realism and the Global Challenge 12. The Semantic… 
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