A reprint of the Cambridge University Press edition of 1976, with new introduction by the author.
. . . advances aggressively through pertinent and lively argument. . . . There are numerous brief and incisive responses to important philosophers of language (Sellars, Quine, Dummett, Putnam, Chomsky, Ziff) on issues of major significance and no little controversy. ---Margaret Urban Coyne, International Philosophical Quarterly