Two Sorts of Claims about " Logical Form " *

  • loves Jason
  • Published 2000


The notion of logical form broadly construed has been central to the enterprise of analytic philosophy. Indeed, much of what we call analytic philosophy can be understood as something like the attempt to " characterize the logical forms " of various classes of sentences. Thus metaethical investigations into the nature of moral goodness can be thought of as… (More)


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