Department of Philosophy
Science, Syntax and Semantics: An Examination of the
Rudolf Carnap. PhD Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 1975.
Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International (October 1975), 36(4A):2254-A.
On Kaplan On Carnap On Significance. Philosophical Studies (December 1976), 30(6):393-400.
The Root of the Problem. Linguistics and
(July 1977), 1:273-275.
On Michael Roots Nelson Goodman and the Logical Articulation of Nominals Compounds.
A Query on Entrenchment. Philosophy of Science (September 1978), 45(3):474-477.
Benacerraf and Mathematical Truth. Philosophical Studies (May 1980), 37(4):335-340.
Nominalism by Theft. American Philosophical Quarterly (October 1980), 17(4):311-318.
Smart, Salmon, and Scientific Realism. Australasian Journal of Philosophy (December 1984), 62(4):404-409.
Carnaps Scientific Realism: Irenic or Ironic? In Nicholas Rescher, ed., The Heritage of Logical Positivism, pp. 117-131. CPS Publications in Philosophy of Science. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1985.
Taking Theories Seriously. Synthese (March 1985), 62(3):317-346.
The Initial Reception of Carnap's Doctrine of Analyticity. Nous (December 1987), 21(4):477-499.
Mowing the Grass that's Grue: What Carnap Should have Said to Goodman. In Nicholas Rescher, ed., Scientific Inquiry in Philosophical Perspective. CPS Publications in Philosophy of Science. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1987.
Translated (with Richard Nollan) Rudolf Carnaps On Protocol Sentences. Nous (December 1987), 21(4):457-475.
Counterfactuals for Free. Philosophical Studies (September 1989), 57(1):95-101.
Carnap, Quine and the Rejection of Intuition. In Robert B. Barrett and Roger F. Gibson, eds., Perspectives on Quine, pp. 55-66. Philosophers and their Critics, 6. Oxford & Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1990.
Edited, and with an Introduction. Dear Carnap, Dear
Quine-Carnap Correspondence and Related Work. Berkeley: University of
California Press, 1990.
Preface, pp. vii-xi
Acknowledgments, pp. xiii-xv
Introduction, pp. 1-43
Convention, Neutrality, and the Limits of
Logic. [Abstract] Journal
of Philosophy (October 1991), 88(10):522-523.
Abstract of a paper presented December 28, 1991 at an American Philosophical Association Symposium: Logical Positivism: A Retrospective commenting on a paper by Michael Friedman entitled "The Re-Evaluation of Logical Positivism."
Every Dogma Has Its Day. Erkenntnis (July 1991),
Special Volume in Honor of Rudolf Carnap and Hans Reichenbach, edited by Wolfgang Spohn.
Carnap's Conventionalism. Synthese (November 1992;
Issue is entitled Carnap: A Centenary Reappraisal, edited by Sahotra Sarkar.
Induction and the Gettier Problem. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (June 1992), 52(2): 401-404.
Review of Gerd Gigerenzer., et al. The Empire of Chance: How Probability Changed Science and Everyday Life. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (1992), 14(1):189-190.
Review of Roberto Torettis Creative Understanding: Philosophical Reflections on Physics. Isis (June 1992), 83(2):373-374.
Review of Bruce Aunes Knowledge of the External World. Mind (April 1993), 102(406):339-400.
Review of Danilo Zolos Reflexive Epistemology: The Philosophical Legacy of Otto Neurath (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 118) Philosophy of Science (June, 1993), 60(2):359-360.
Review of Peter Hyltons Russell, Idealism and the Emergence of Analytic Philosophy. Philosophical Review (January 1993), 102(1):107-109.
Review of Thomas E. Uebel, ed., Rediscovering the Forgotten Vienna Circle: Austrian Studies on Otto Neurath and the Vienna Circle (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 133) Isis (June 1993), 84(2):423-424.
Functionalist Theories of Meaning and the Defense of Analyticity. In Wesley Salmon and Gereon Wolters, eds., Logic, Language, and the Structure of Scientific Theories: Proceedings of the Carnap-Reichenbach Centennial, University of Konstanz, 21-24 May 1991, pp. 287-304. Pittsburgh-Konstanz Series in the Philosophy and History of Science. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press; Konstanz: Universitatsverlag Konstanz, 1994.
From Königsberg to Vienna: Coffa on the Rise of Modern
Semantics. Dialogue (Winter 1995), 34(1), 113-118.
Critical Notice of J. Alberto Coffas Semantic Tradition from Kant to Carnap: To the Vienna Station.
Languages without Logic. In Ronald N. Giere and Alan W. Richardson, eds., Origins of Logical Empiricism. Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 16. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996.
The Unity of Science: Carnap, Neurath, and Beyond. In Peter Galison and David J. Stump, eds., The Disunity of Science: Boundaries, Contexts, and Power, pp. 417-427, Writing Science. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1996.
Carnap's Move to Semantics: Gains and Losses. Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook (1998), 6:65-76.
Quine and the Limit Assumption in Peirce's Theory of Truth. Philosophical Studies (May 1998), 90(2):109-112.
Edited (with Jane Maienschein). Biology and Epistemology. Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
(with Jane Maienschein.) Introduction. In Richard Creath and Jane Maienschein). Biology and Epistemology. Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
The Unimportance of Semantics: Additional Info: Rudolf Carnap Centennial. PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (2000), 2:405-418
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