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Almost all of Austin’s works provide examples of this: Austin (1979) is perhaps the most self‐ conscious methodologically; and Austin (1962) applies the method most clearly to present a sustained attack on a particular philosophy. Urmson (1967) distinguishes what he calls “Oxford analysis” – by which he seems to mean Austinian analysis – more sharply from Rylean or Wittgensteinian analysis than I do. In the sense of Nietzsche (1994). , that in claiming Strawson’s “descriptive metaphysics” (Strawson, 1959, pp.
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It may be replied to this that similar considerations – of simplicity, for example, or smoothness of application – play an important role in our choice of scientific theories. , van Fraasen, 1980). But in fact, there seems to be an important asymmetry between scientific and semantic theories. We expect a scientific theory of some phenomenon to include an account of the relation between the fundamental entities and features posited by the theory, on the one hand, and the phenomenon itself, on the other.
A Companion to the Philosophy of Language by Bob Hale, Crispin Wright