Arthur S. Eddington, the Nature of the Physical World: Gifford Lectures of 1927 Hardcover – 1 Oct 2014
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"Those attempting to situate Eddington's views in the context of current discussions of the philosophy of science will find much food for thought in this volume." John Stachel Isis, 107: 1 (2016)
About the Author
Dr H.G. Callaway has published widely in Europe and the US on the philosophy of language and meaning-and concerning the languages of science in particular. Prior publications include Context for meaning and Analysis: A Critical Study in the Philosophy of Language (1993), his translation of W.V. Quine's Kant Lectures (2003) and from Cambridge Scholars Publishing, a volume of his essays, Meaning without Analyticity (2008). A native of Philadelphia, PA, he holds a doctorate in Philosophy and has taught at various American and European universities and at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. Dr Callaway's work in the field of American philosophy and American intellectual history includes critical editions of books by Ralph Waldo Emerson and William James and his Memories and Portraits, Explorations in American Thought (2010) from Cambridge Scholars. His most recent book is a critical study of A.J. Dallas and the foreign policy of the early American republic.