Quine, W. V. (Willard Van Orman)Alternative names
Willard Van Orman Quine was an American analytic philosopher, logician, and mathematician and was for much of his life affilated with Harvard University. His major writings include Word and object, Set theory and its logic, and Two dogmas of empiricism.
From the description of James Willard Oliver Collection of W. V. Quine. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 311081458
W. V. (Willard Van Orman) Quine (1908-2000) was an American mathematician, logician, and philosopher, widely considered one of the dominant figures in Anglo-American philosophy in the last half of the 20th century. He completed his Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1932 and later became a junior fellow at Harvard and a member of the faculty in 1936. In 1948 he became a full professor at Harvard, holding the Edgar Pierce Chair of Philosophy from 1956 until his retirement in 1978.
From the description of W. V. Quine papers, ca. 1908-2000. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612734788
|creatorOf||Quine, W. V. (Willard Van Orman). James Willard Oliver Collection of W. V. Quine.||University of South Carolina, University Libraries|
|referencedIn||Post, Emil L. 1897-1954. Papers, 1888-1994.||American Philosophical Society Library|
|referencedIn||Van Heijenoort, Jean, 1912-1986. Van Heijenoort, Jean, papers, 1946-1988.||University of Texas Libraries|
|referencedIn||Carnap, Rudolf, 1891-1970. Rudolf Carnap papers, 1904-2007.||University of Pittsburgh|
|referencedIn||Carnap, Rudolf, 1891-1970. Rudolf-Carnap-Sammlung [microform] 1902-1971 (grösstenteils 1920-1970)||University of Pittsburgh|
|creatorOf||Quine, W. V. (Willard Van Orman). W. V. Quine papers, ca. 1908-2000.||Houghton Library|
|referencedIn||Davidson, Donald, 1917-2003. Donald Davidson papers, 1935-2003.||UC Berkeley Libraries|
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|Logic, Symbolic and mathematical|
|Philosophy, Modern--20th century|
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