Readership: Scholars and advanced
students of philosophy of language and ethics.
Allan Gibbard, University of Michigan
Allan Gibbard is Richard B. Brandt Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. He is the author of Reconciling our Aims: In Search of Bases for Ethics (OUP, 2008), Thinking How to Life (Harvard, 2003), and Wise Choices, Apt Feelings (Harvard/OUP, 1990).
2: Normativity and Community
3: Kripke's Wittgenstein on Meaning
4: Correct Belief
5: Horwich on Meaning
6: The Normative Meaning Role
7: Reference, Truth, and Context
8: Meaning and Plans
9: Interpreting Interpretation
10: Expressivism, Non-Naturalism, and Us
Appendix 1: The Objects of Belief
Appendix 2: Schroeder on Expressivism