Readership: Scholars and advanced students of philosophy, particularly of metaphysics and philosophy of language.
Christopher Hughes, Department of Philosophy, King's College London
Review(s) from previous edition"Hughes provides a very accessible and engaging presentation of Kripke's arguments. While offering a balanced discussion of the issues, Hughes is not afraid to express and develop his own opinions on the topics. The book fills an important need, offering a good overview of some of the more important arguments Kripke has advanced. Anyone seeking an introduction to Kripke's philosophy will be happy to find Hughes's book. - Michael Nelson, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"... a fine piece of work." - London Review of Books
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