Selected Problems of the Semantic Program of Donald Davidson
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The paper focuses on selected issues and theoretical tensions in the semantic program of Donald Davidson. The authoresses are particularly interested in analyzing the assumption of the primacy of the concept of truth in the semantic theory. But they also investigate the category of causality in Davidson's philosophy, the problem of Davidsonian objectivism, the status of empirical references, the ambiguity of normalistic of the Principle of Charity, uncertainties surrounding the rejection of the third dogma of empiricism. They highlight the nominalistic consequences and the behaviourist import of Davidson's philosophy.
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