A Study in the Theory of KnowledgeeBook - 2002
Everyone has mistaken one thing for another, such as a stranger for an acquaintance. A person who has mistaken two things, Joseph Camp argues, even on a massive scale, is still capable of logical thought. In order to make that idea precise, one needs a logic of confused thought that is blind to the distinction between the objects that have been confused. Confused thought and language cannot be characterized as true or false even though reasoning conducted in such language can be classified as valid or invalid.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA ; London : Harvard University Press, 2002.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 246 p.)
Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK