provides a complete and lucid account of one of the hottest topics in philosophy of language and philosophy of logic . . . Williamson constructs a broader and broader theory of vagueness sensitive to the constraints and resources of contemporary philosophy of language. His efforts drive epistemicism to a new level of depth and distinction.Roy Sorensen, New York University
About the Author
Timothy Williamson is a Professor of Logic and Metaphysics at the University of Edinburgh. Oxford.