Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Box of Philosophy Books

As mentioned before, I packed up all but one box of philosophy books that I anticipate using this year. For a couple of days I was irrationally afraid that it was lost in the mail, but it finally arrived.


Charles P. Everitt said...

What books made the cut?

Nat Hansen said...

Austin, as you can see, three Travis books (UT, TF, and the collection of papers), Carston's Thoughts and Utterances, Wright's Truth & Objectivity, the old Chappell volume on ordinary language, Hardin's Color for Philosophers, Lucy's book on language variation and thought, Unger's Philosophical Relativity, C&L's Insensitive Semantics, the two contextualism collections by Preyer and Peter, Recanati's Literal Meaning, Devitt's Ignorance of Language (I've been meaning to read it for awhile), MWMWWS?, and the Investigations.