Shipping this week, the July issue of American Philosophical Quarterly features articles on the life and work of American philosopher W.V. Quine. Among the contributors is former Quine student and co-founder of the Center for Cognitive Studies, Daniel Dennett. Coincidently, I came across this brilliant line from Dennett yesterday:

A scholar is just a library’s way of making another library.

 

The contents list for APQ 48.3:

Charles Parsons: Quine’s Nominalism

Delia Graff Fara: Socratizing

Gerald J. Massey: Quine and Duhem on Holistic Hypothesis Testing

Catherine Z. Elgin: The Legacy of “Two Dogmas”

Dagfinn Føllesdal: Developments in Quine’s Behaviorism

Gilbert Harman: Quine’s Semantic Relativity

Thomas Ricketts: Roots of Ontological Relativity

Alexander George: Quine’s Legacy

Daniel Dennett: Quine in My Life

 

Link to the APQ webpage.

The Most Beautiful Libraries in the World.

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