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Meaning and necessity : a study in the philosophy of C.I. Lewis

Kerrison, Graham W.


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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Date published: 1969-09
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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