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Quine's Behaviorism
Quine's behaviorism

“… I do consider myself as behavioristic as anyone in his right mind could be.”

W. V. Quine, “Linguistics and Philosophy”


Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908) is one of the most influential analytic philosophers of the twentieth century, placing him squarely in the company of Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Rudolf Carnap. Beginning in the early 1930s, Quine has published countless journal articles and some twenty one books, including Word and Object (1960), Roots of Reference (1974), From a Logical Point of View (1980a), Theories and Things (1981c), The Time of My Life (an autobiography, 1985b), Pursuit of Truth (1992), and From Stimulus to Science (1995). He has made contributions to logic and set theory, philosophy of logic and set theory, philosophy of ...

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