"This book is an insightful and thorough analysis of Kripke's major contributions to philosophy...Arif Ahmed's book is a good example of analytical work which combines critical analysis of Kripe's arguments from Naming and Necessity with more discursive analysis of his skeptical argument, and a more interpretive treatment of the skeptical solution. As Ahmed admits, his aim was not to refute Kripke's views, only to present objections to them. Without a doubt, this aim has been fully accomplished." -Anton Petrenko, Philosophy in Review
About the Author
Arif Ahmed is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Cambridge, where he regularly teaches Kripke's work.