Quine on the Dogmas of Empiricism

@article{Marsonet2019QuineOT,
  title={Quine on the Dogmas of Empiricism},
  author={M. Marsonet},
  journal={Academicus : International Scientific Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={20},
  pages={93-105}
}
  • M. Marsonet
  • Published 2019
  • Sociology
  • Academicus : International Scientific Journal
In his works the American philosopher Willard van Quine constantly rejects the analytic/synthetic distinction claiming that it is not justified. This happens because, in his opinion, human statements about the external world face the tribunal of experience not individually but as a corporate body, which implies that the judgment on their validity ultimately rests on experience itself. Many problems arise at this point, since even language plays a fundamental role in the Quinean view, and it… Expand

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