Table of contents for A house divided : comparing analytic and continental philosophy / edited by C.G. Prado.


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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION.1
C. G. Prado
ANALYTIC AND CONVERSATIONAL PHILOSOPHY.11
Richard Rorty
CARNAP'S CONTEXTS:
Comte, Heidegger, Nietzsche.31
Barry Allen
ON THE ANALYTIC-CONTINENTAL DIVIDE IN PHILOSOPHY:
Nietzsche's Lying Truth, Heidegger's Speaking Language, and Philosophy.68
Babette E. Babich
PHENOMENOLOGY: STRAIGHT AND HETERO.121
David R. Cerbone
DAVIDSON AND WITTGENSTEIN ON KNOWLEDGE, COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE.172
Sharyn Clough and Jonathan Kaplan
HEIDEGGER AND QUINE ON THE (IR)RELEVANCE OF LOGIC
FOR PHILOSOPHY.194
Richard Matthews
CORRESPONDENCE, CONSTRUCTION, AND REALISM:
The Case of Searle and Foucault.236
C. G. Prado
DAVIDSON, RORTY, AND TRUTH:
Reshaping Analytic Philosophy For A Transcontinental Conversation.276
Mike Sandbothe
TIME, SYNTHESIS, AND THE END OF METAPHYSICS:
Heidegger and Strawson on Kant.310
Barry Stocker
MUCH ADO ABOUT THE NOTHING:
Carnap and Heidegger on Logic and Metaphysics.355
Edward Witherspoon
CONTRIBUTORS.401
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Analysis (Philosophy)Philosophy, European, Philosophy, Modern