Readership: Scholars and students of philosophy, particularly in logic,
mind, and metaphysics; philosophers of mathematics and economics.
Hallvard Lillehammer, University of Cambridge, and D. H. Mellor, University of Cambridge
"Each of the papers is an important contribution to its field." - Jim Mackenzie, Zentralblatt
1: Hallvard Lillehammer: Introduction
2: Jerome Dokic & Pascal Engel: Ramsey's Principle Re-situated
3: Simon Blackburn: Success Semantics
4: Peter M. Sullivan: What is Squiggle? Ramsey on Wittgenstein's Theory of Judgement
5: Michael Potter: Ramsey's Transcendental Argument
6: Dorothy Edgington: Ramsey's Legacies on Conditionals and Truth
7: Fraser MacBride: Ramsey on Universals
8: Pierre Cruse: Empiricism and Ramsey's Account of Theories
9: Frank Jackson: Ramsey Sentences and Avoiding the Sui Generis
10: D. H. Mellor: What does Subjective Decision Theory Tell Us?
11: Partha Dasgupta: Three Conceptions of Intergenerational Justice