Thursday, October 29, 2015


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When shall we three meet again?

"Carnap, Tarski and Quine met together in 1940-1941 at Harvard
to discuss their views on the nature of language and the differences
between logic, mathematics and science. In this remarkable book
Greg Frost-Arnold presents Carnap’s extensive notes on these
meetings. Frost-Arnold also includes an elegant translation and a
detailed commentary that sets the notes in their philosophical context
and demonstrates their importance for many central debates about
the history of analytic philosophy. This book marks a decisive advance
in our understanding of the philosophical views of Carnap, Tarski and
Quine, and is essential reading for all who work on these topics."

— Christopher Pincock, The Ohio State University

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