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978-0-7618-1200-5 • Paperback • August 1998 • $50.99 • (£39.00) - Currently out of stock. Copies will arrive soon.
Charles Turek is an independent scholar and author of the first edition of Some Actual Solutions in the Humanities (Edwin Mellen Press, 1993).
chapter 1 Preface
chapter 2 Acknowledgments
chapter 3 Introduction
chapter 4 Sommers, Waismann, and Quine on Ambiguity
chapter 5 A Note on Quine's Synonymy
chapter 6 Lehmann on the Rules of the Invalid Syllogisms
chapter 7 Basic Aristotelian Metaphysics
chapter 8 Act V, Scene II, Lines 410-415 in Hamlet
chapter 9 Donovan Joyce's The Jesus Scroll
chapter 10 The Red Sea Crossing and the Battle of Kadesh
chapter 11 The Origin of Symmetric Verb Sentences
chapter 12 Is the Prayer Scene in Hamlet Part of the Plot?
chapter 13 Sommers' Syllogistic Calculus and Categories
chapter 14 What was Hamlet's Reason for Putting on the Play?
chapter 15 The Structure and Meaning of the To-be-or-not-to-be Speech
chapter 16 The Fields of Aristotelian Metaphysics
chapter 17 The Semantics of "There Are" sentences
chapter 18 The Scientific Method in Linguistics and Literature, More on "There Are" Sentences
chapter 19 Bibliography
chapter 20 Index