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  • Paul Horwich - Concept Constitution.pdf (145.7 KB)
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Horwich earned his PhD from Cornell University in 1975 with a thesis on The Metric and Topology of Time, under the direction of Richard Boyd.

This book develops an interpretation of Ludwig Wittgenstein's later writings (in particular, his Philosophical Investigations) that differs in substantial respects from what can already be found in the literature.

This book develops an interpretation of Ludwig Wittgenstein's later writings (in particular, his Philosophical Investigations) that differs in substantial respects from what can already be found in the literature

Paul Horwich develops an interpretation of Ludwig Witt. particularly the first part of Philosophical Investigations, into a more familiar form of argument, with a clear thesis and examples.

Paul Horwich develops an interpretation of Ludwig Witt. What is truly exciting about Paul Horwich’s Wittgenstein’s Metaphilosophy is that it attempts to frame the infamously cryptic and arcane work of the late Ludwig Wittgenstein, particularly the first part of Philosophical Investigations, into a more familiar form of argument, with a clear thesis and examples.

Horwich earned his PhD from Cornell University; his thesis advisor was Richard Boyd (title of the doctoral thesis: The Metric and Topology of Time). The Plausibility of Wittgenstein's Metaphilosophy Timothy Williamson & Paul Horwich. Kripke on the Wittgensteinian Paradox. Philosophies of Philosophy: Paul Boghossian & Herman Cappelen - "Philosophy without Intuitions".

Paul Horwich develops an interpretation of Ludwig Wittgenstein's later writings that differs in substantial .

Paul Horwich develops an interpretation of Ludwig Wittgenstein's later writings that differs in substantial respects from what can already be found in the literature. Alexander Miller, The Philosophical Quarterly here is plenty to learn from Horwich's book, and I much applaud his effort to show Wittgenstein's relevance to contemporary analytic philosophy.

He has previously taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University College London, and City University of New York Graduate Center. In Truth (1990), Horwich presented a detailed defence of the minimalistic variant of the deflationary theory of truth.

In his influential book Truth, Paul Horwich deploys a philosophical method focused on linguistic usage, that is, on the function(s) the concept of truth serves in actual discourse. All of my papers and books have now been published in revised versions both in ebooks and in printed books.

Time is generally thought to be one of the more mysterious ingredients of the universe. In this intriguing book, Paul Horwich makes precise and explicit the interrelationships between time and a large number of philosophically important notions. Confronting this conceptual jigsaw puzzle, Horwich notes that there are glaring differences in how we regard the past and future directions of time

Probability and Evidence (Cambridge University Press, 1982).

The Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur: An Anthology of his Work, ed. Blundell, Boyd, 2010, Paul Ricoeur between Theology and Philosophy: Detour and Return, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

The Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur: An Anthology of his Work, eds. Charles E. Reagan and David Stewart, Boston: Beacon Press, 1978. Clark S. 1990, Paul Ricoeur, London and New York: Routledge. Cohen, Richard . and James L. Marsh (ed., 2002, Ricoeur as Another, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Paul Horwich's Philosophical Writings
Paul Horwich is a British analytic philosopher at New York University, whose work includes writings on causality, the philosophy of language (especially truth, and meaning) and Wittgenstein's later philosophy. Horwich earned his PhD from Cornell University; his thesis advisor was Richard Boyd (title of the doctoral thesis: The Metric and Topology of Time). He has previously taught at MIT, University College London, and CUNY Graduate Center.
The work for which he is best known, Truth , presented a detailed defense of the minimalistic variant of the deflationary theory of truth. He is opposed to appealing to reference and truth to explicate meaning, and so has defended a naturalistic use theory of meaning in his book Meaning. Other concepts he has advanced are a probabilistic account of scientific methodology and a unified explanation of temporally asymmetric phenomena.
In the context of philosophical speculations about time travel, Horwich coined the term autoinfanticide to describe a scenario, depicting a variant of the grandfather paradox, in which a person goes back in time and deliberately or inadvertently kills his or her infant self, although he malformed the word as "autofanticide".

Paul Horwich's Philosophical Writings