Hilary Putnam, b. 1926. Contemporary American philosopher who stands close to the pragmatist tradition. His most groundbreaking work has been in epistemology.
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Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind: Putnam, Hilary
Concise entry by Tadeusz Zawidzki.
Portal devoted to the thinker. Includes biography, bibliography, texts, articles, and reviews.
Hilary Putnam Bibliography
A comprehensive bibliography of the writings of Hilary Putnam, a 20th century American philosopher
Hilary Putnam: Pragmatism and Realism
Gabor Forrai reviews this book edited by James Conant and Urszula M. Zeglen. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Internal Realism: Transcendental Idealism?
A 1988 paper by Curtis Brown, published in Midwest Studies in Philosophy. Considers the philosophical place of Putnam's "internal realist" doctrine.
Putnam on Synonymity and Belief
A 1955 critical note by Wilfrid Sellars on a Putnam's 1954 paper "Synonymity and the Analysis of Belief Sentences."
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