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Susan Haack
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Deviant Logic: Some Philosophical Issues

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Hardcover, 203 pages
Published January 16th 1975 by Cambridge University Press
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Deviant Logic is based on the work Susan Haack completed for a PhD dissertation at Cambridge University. The book was published by Cambridge University Press in 1974. It is a brave book that provides penetrating critiques of some of the most cherished doctrines of the most prominent philosophers of logic of the previous generation; including Quine, Putnam, Dummett, Popper, and Lukasiewicz. While recommending what she calls a ‘radical’ approach to non-classical logics, in the end she opts for ...more
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Haack is a graduate of the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. At Oxford, she studied at St. Hilda's College, where her first philosophy teacher was Jean Austin, the widow of J. L. Austin.
She studied Plato with Gilbert Ryle and logic with Michael Dummett. David Pears supervised her B.Phil. dissertation on ambiguity. At Cambridge, she wrote her Ph.D. under the supervision of Timo
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