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Volume 21, 2005

Compositionality, Concepts and Representations I

Louise Röska-Hardy
Pages 194-211

Reframing the Issues
On Donald Davidson’s Sea-change in Philosophical Thinking

In his philosophy Donald Davidson developed original proposals, suggested innovative applications and moved philosophical debate forward by reframing key issues in analytic philosophy. In doing so, he attempted to bring about a profound transformation of the problems of modern philosophy by reframing philosophical issues. It is argued that essays in the collection, Donald Davidson, edited by Kirk Ludwig, show that the profound consequences of Davidson’s way of reframing issues about meaning, agency and mind have yet to be fully appreciated.

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