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Heck, Richard G., Jr.
Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University. Interested principally in the philosophy of language, logic and mathematics.
Celia Scott Weatherhead Distinguished Professor at Tulane University. This homepage looks to become a promising resource.
Professor in Logic and Philosophy of Language at the Academy of Sciences, Prague.
University of St. Andrews - Crispin Wright has sustained a deep research effort in the relationship between the Theory of Language and Metaphysics.
Co-founder of Situation Semantics. Excellent resource.
Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University, founder of the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, and associate of the CSLI.
Boston University - philosophy of language, philosophy of mathematics, Wittgenstein.
Professor of Philosophy, Boston University. Pioneer of game-theoretical semantics in logic, branching quantifiers, and a prominent critic of the thesis that formalisation means formalisation in (Fregean) first-order logic.
Philosopher of mind and language, especially concerned with issues in cognitive science. Extensive online resources provided.
Professor of Philosophy and of Cognitive Science, Buffalo University. Extensive resource covering his wide-ranging interests, with a focus on conceptual ontologies.
Associate Professor, University of Genova.
Online papers, contact details.
Professor of Philosophy at Åbo Akademi University, Finland. Interested especially in the later Wittgenstein.
University of Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli - Broad and narrow content, Wittgenstein, holism, privacy and rule-following.
Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cincinnati who completed a PhD under Wilfred Sellars.
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Warwick. Interested in ontology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and especially in semantic realism.
King, Jeffrey C.
Recent papers in PDF, PS, and MS Word by an associate professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Davis.
Professor of Philosophy at San Francisco State University. A good resource on pragmatics in the philosophy of language.
Assistant Professor at Cornell University.
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