Meaning and necessity : a study in the philosophy of C.I. Lewis
To many students of philosophy, especially within the predominantly British tradition as we know it in Australia, Clarence Irving Lewis remains something of a mystery. His writings are conspicuously absent from the prescribed reading lists in Australian universities. Despite this remoteness, however, his name has always carried with it a respect which is customarily reserved for those who have been significantly influential in their own domain, It was this seeming paradox between Lewis's...[Show more]
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