Davidson, Donald (Herbert)
DAVIDSON, Donald (Herbert)
DAVIDSON, Donald (Herbert). American, b. 1917. Genres: Philosophy. Career: Slusser Professor, University of California, Berkeley, 1981-. Assistant Professor to Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University, CA, 1951- 67; Professor of Philosophy, 1967-70, Chairman of Dept. of Philosophy, 1968-70, and lecturer with rank of Professor, 1970-76, Princeton University, NJ; Professor of Philosophy, Rockefeller University, NYC, 1970-76; University Professor, University of Chicago, 1976-81. Publications: (with P. Suppes) Decision Making: An Experimental Approach, 1957; (ed. with J. Hintikka) Words and Objections: Essays on the Work of W.V. Quine, 1969, 1975; (ed. with G. Harman) Semantics of Natural Language, 1972; (ed. with Gilbert Harman) The Logic of Grammar, 1975; Essays on Actions and Events, 1980; Inquiries into Truth and Interpretation, 1984; Plato's Philebus, 1990; Paradoxes de L'Irrationalite, 1991; Eseje o Prawdzie, Jezyku i Umysle, 1992; Mente, Mundo y Accion, 1992; Der Mythos des Subjektiven, 1993; Filosofia de la Psicologia, 1994; The Philosophy of Donald Davidson, 1999; Subjective, Intersubjective, Objective, 2001. Died 2003.