Universidad De Granada
Departamento De Filosofia I
Alumnus, 1987
  •  73
    Non-Representational Mathematical Realism
    Theoria: Revista de Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia 30 (3): 331-348. 2015.
    This paper is an attempt to convince anti-realists that their correct intuitions against the metaphysical inflationism derived from some versions of mathematical realism do not force them to embrace non-standard, epistemic approaches to truth and existence. It is also an attempt to convince mathematical realists that they do not need to implement their perfectly sound and judicious intuitions with the anti-intuitive developments that render full-blown mathematical realism into a view which even …Read more
  •  54
    El propósito de este artículo es mostrar que las llamadas "teorías de la identidad psiconeural" no tienen la estructura lógica de una teoría genuina de la identidad. Un operador de identidad genuino es un operador de segundo orden, o de órdenes superiores, que convierte predicados n-ádicos en predicados n-1-ádicos. Si las teorias de la identidad psiconeural no son, en realidad, teorías de la identidad, entonces la críticas habituales que usan la Ley de Leibniz y otros rasgos que se relacionan co…Read more
  •  50
    In this Interview, Professor Robert B. Brandom answered ten detailed questions about his philosophy of Rational Pragmatism and Semantic Expressivism, grouped into four topics. 1. Metaphysics and Anthropology, 2. Pragmatics and Semantics, 3. Epistemic Expressivism and 4. Philosophy of Logic. With his careful answers Professor Brandom offers many additional insights into his rigorously constructed account of the relationship “between what we say and think, and what we are saying and thinking about…Read more
  •  39
    First Edition of the Lullius Lectures
    Theoria: Revista de Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia 28 (2): 181-184. 2013.
    This monographic section contains the three papers delivered by Philip Kitcher as Raimundus Lullius Lectures during the VII Conference of the Spanish Society of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, that took place in Santiago de Compostela (July 18th-20th, 2012). It also includes three of the contributions presented to the Symposium on Kitcher’s work in the same Conference
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    The logical enquiry into truth1
    History and Philosophy of Logic 17 (1-2): 179-197. 1996.
    No abstract
  •  11
    The Norm of Truth: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Logic
    Philosophical Quarterly 44 (174): 126-127. 1994.
  •  8
    Stop beating the donkey! A fresh interpretation of conditional donkey sentences
    with Aránzazu San Ginés
    Theoria : An International Journal for Theory, History and Fundations of Science 32 (1): 7-24. 2017.
    We propose a new approach to conditional donkey sentences that allows us to face successfully the often called proportion problem. The main ingredients of the proposal are van Benthem's generalized quantifier approach to conditionals, and Barwise's situation semantics. We present some experimental data supporting our proposal.
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    Book reviews (review)
    Mind 102 (405): 195-197. 1993.
  •  2
    We identify two senses of ‘pragmatics’ and related terms that give rise to two different methods of propositional individuation. The first one is the contextualist approach that essentially acknowledges contextual information to take part in the determination of what is said by the utterance of a sentence. In this sense, Pragmatics relies on the Principle of Compositionality and interprets propositions as structured entities. It epitomises the Building-block Model of Propositional Individuation.…Read more
  •  2
    Identidad y primera persona
    Daimon: Revista Internacional de Filosofía 25 21-40. 2002.
  • Did Ramsey ever endorse a redundancy theory of truth?
    Tópicos: Revista de Filosofía 41 315-332. 2011.
    This paper deals with Ramsey's theory of truth and its aim is twofold: on the one hand, it will explain what position about truth Ramsey actually defended, and, on the other hand, we will pursue Ramsey's insight in the 20th Century. When the name of Frank Ramsey is mentioned, one of the things that comes to mind is the theory of truth as redundancy. In the following pages we will argue that Ramsey never supported such a theory, but rather an analysis of truth noticeably similar to the prosentent…Read more
  • Book reviews (review)
    with Ignacio Angelelli, Curt C. Christian, K. Misiuna, C. Lewis Albent, J. B. Gould, A. Urquhart, E. L. Lowe, L. Kreiser, G. Roussopoulos, H. L. L. Busard, Mays Wolfe, Miriam Franchella, Dominik Perler Rezensiert Von, Francesco Michele Di, Donald Felipe, R. Smith, and B. Smith
    History and Philosophy of Logic 16 (1): 127-156. 1995.
  • Show me: tractarian non-representationalism
    Teorema: International Journal of Philosophy 2 (40): 63-81. 2021.
  • Generalidad y Representación
    Suplementos de Contrastes: Revista Interdisciplinar de Filosofía 10 139-153. 2004.
  • Book Reviews (review)
    with Robert Kirk, Paul Rusnock, Mirella Capozzi, K. Misiuna, T. Boswell, Alan R. Perreiah, Victor Sánchez Valencia, James Gasser, D. P. Henry, E. J. Lowe, Besprechung von Guillermo Guillermo Bottcher, and Wolfe Mays
    History and Philosophy of Logic 15 (2): 237-263. 1994.
  • Continuum Studies in British Philosophy (edited book)
    Continuum International Publishing Group. 2005.