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Alice Ambrose
Smith College
24Publications
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#1Morris Lazerowitz (Smith College)H-Index: 4
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#1Morris LazerowitzH-Index: 4
#2Alice AmbroseH-Index: 4
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#1Morris LazerowitzH-Index: 4
#2Alice AmbroseH-Index: 4
Morris Lazerowitz and Alice Ambrose, in this important book, attempt to uncover and make clear the insights embedded in Wittgenstein's later work that, so far, have not received the critical attention they deserve. These insights, once understood, can have great explanatory power for philosophy and make it possible to look at conventional philosophy with a new understanding. The sixteen original essays presented here, twelve of which have never been published before, discuss Wittgenstein's work ...
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#1Alice Ambrose (Smith College)H-Index: 4
#2Morris Lazerowitz (Smith College)H-Index: 4
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#1Morris LazerowitzH-Index: 4
#2Alice AmbroseH-Index: 4
C.I. Lewis has distinguished between 'explicity analytic' statements, such as 'All cats are necessarily animals', and 'implicitly analytic' statements, such as 'The class of (existent) cats is included in the class of animals', which affirms that something '(which is necessarily true) is actually true'.1 He uses this distinction to justify holding that implicitly analytic statements, which are nevertheless 'genuinely analytic'2 , might be established by a procedure comparable to that used to inf...
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#2Alice AmbroseH-Index: 4
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