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The Problem of the Essential Indexical: and Other Essays Hardcover – January 28, 1993

ISBN-13: 978-0195049992 ISBN-10: 0195049993

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This book includes famous papers such as 'The Problem of the Essential Indexical' and 'Frege on Demonstratives' and 'Cognitive Significance and New Theories of Reference' and related papers on situation semantics, direct reference, and the structure of belief. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.

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John Perry is at Stanford University.

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I teach philosophy. I am a professor emeritus at Stanford, and a half-time professor at the University of California, Riverside. I co-host a radio program, Philosophy Talk, with my friend and Stanford colleague Ken Taylor. I have three grown children, and ten grandchildren, the youngest of whom is now fifteen. I live in California, in the Bay Area, with Frenchie, my wife of fifty years. Sites for more about Philosophy Talk, Structured Procrastination, and my work in philosophy:

http://www.philosophytalk.org
http://structuredprocrastination. com
http://john.jperry.net

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