Number Vol. X, No. 30
Title Croatian Journal of Philosophy
Language English
Year published 2010-3
ISSN 1333-1108 (Print)
1847-6139 (Online)
Format Croatian journal of philosophy (Online)
Croat. j. philos. (Online)
Price 20,00 Eur
Pages 130
# Description

INTRODUCTION
NENAD MIŠČEVIĆ, DUNJA JUTRONIĆ: Croatian Journal of Philosophy: Ten Year Anniversary
ARTICLES
HANOCH BEN-YAMI: Could Sherlock Holmes Have Existed? | MIKAEL JANVID: Empirical Indefeasibility and Nonfactuality: Assessing Field’s Evaluative Approach to the A Priori | JOHN COLLINS: How Long Can a Sentence Be and Should Anyone Care? | DANIEL LASSITER: Semantic Normativity and Coordination Games: Social Externalism Deflated | | ALUN DAVIES: Occasional Domains: Some Remarks on Stanley’s Variable | TEA LOGAR: “Diagnostic Hedonism” and the Role of Incommensurability in Plato’s Protagoras | GUIDO MELCHIOR: Knowledge-Closure and Inferential Knowledge
BOOK REVIEWS
DUNJA JUTRONIĆ: Ivo Žanić, Kako bi trebali govoriti hrvatski magarci? O socio­lingvistici animiranih filmova (How should Croatian donkeys speak? Sociolinguistics of animated films) | MARKO JURJAKO: Torbjörn Tännsjö, From Reasons to Norms: On the Basic Question in Ethics | ZDENKA BRZOVIĆ: Richard A. Richards, The Species problem: A Philosophical analysis (Studies in Philosophy and Biology)


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