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Definition of the noun Analytic philosophy
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- [philosophy] A style of philosophy that came to dominate English-speaking countries in the 20th century.
"Analytic philosophy" is a book by Aaron Preston.
- also known as "Analytic philosophy: the history of an illusion"
Analytic philosophy is a style of philosophy that came to dominate English-speaking countries in the 20th century. In the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Scandinavia, Australia, and New Zealand, the vast majority of university philosophy departments identify themselves as "analytic" departments.
- also known as 分析哲學
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by Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, Aaron W. Hughes
Analytic philosophy is a tool, whereas Jewish philosophy is a subject matter. So there's not a discipline called “Jewish philosophy,” and conversely, analytic philosophy is properly topic-neutral. Does it mean that any topic can be treated by the ...
by Matthew Stewart
Paradoxically, analytic philosophy is an activity which prizes clarity and self- knowledge, but which, aside from this general affirmation of its values and the appropriate behaviors, can offer no consensus on its own aims, methods, and results.
The Journal of Philosophy (1905)
Herbert Spencer distinguishes between analytic philosophy and synthetic philosophy. Analytic philosophy is a system of categories; synthetic philosophy is a system of ...
by Samuel Wolde-Yohannes
Analytic philosophy is an umbrella term under which are gathered several distinct schools: Logical Atomism, Logical Positivism, Linguistic Philosophy and Ordinary Language Philosophy. Although Analytic philosophy is overwhelmingly ...
Herbert Spencer distinguishes between analytic philosophy and synthetic philosophy. Analytic philosophy is a system of categories ; synthetic philosophy is a system of ...
Behold the Philosopher (2007)
A Memoir by Richard Schain
Philosophy was born in the emotion of wonder as Plato says; objective, descriptive, analytic philosophy is an oxymoron. The subjective self must fully participate in philosophical activity; otherwise there is only a misplaced exercise in pedantry.
The Dawn of Analysis by Scott Soames
Analytic philosophy is a trail of influence. Although there are no fixed doctrines throughout the history of an- alytic philosophy, there are certain underlying themes or tendencies that characterize it. The most important of these involve the way ...
by Simon Glendinning
Analytic philosophy did not begin as a distinctive tradition until the beginning of the twentieth century, with the work of Moore and Russell; and even then, they did not regard themselves as working in a very different tradition from what was later ...
The Gadamer Dictionary (2011)
by Chris Lawn, Niall Keane
Analytic philosophy, as a distinct movement in ...
by J. O. Urmson
Language, see Chomsky, Saussure, Wittgenstein, Modernism, Analytic Philosophy, Structuralism .
by John R. Shook
Angela Kristen McWilliams SUPERVISING EDITORS Aesthetics Jo Ellen Jacobs Analytic Philosophy Ernie Lepore 570 CURTIS.
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