"...a technical work in philosophical logic, not in the sense that it is strewn with technical symbols and formal logic. It takes up and discusses topics in a sophisticated way suitable for those working in the area and is not intended primarily for novices in the subject. Having said that, it is well written and clear so that there is much that would be rewarding to non-specialists who wish to come to the subject. There is much in the way of close and interesting argumentation." -- The Review of Metaphysics
About the Author
Colin McGinn is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University, New York.