Readership: Scholars and advanced students of philosophy.
Edited by Martin Gustafsson, Åbo Akademi University, Finland, and Richard Sørli, University of Bergen, Norway
Martin Gustafsson is Professor of Philosophy at Åbo Akademi University, Finland. His chief research interests are in the philosophy of language, the philosophy of action, philosophical methodology, and the history of analytic philosophy. He has published papers on Austin, Cavell, Davidson, Hacking, McDowell, Quine, Rawls, Wittgenstein, and others.
Richard Sørli is Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen, Norway. His research interests centre on philosophy of language, early analytic philosophy, and political philosophy. He has published papers on Wittgenstein, Cavell, Frege, Heidegger, and Carnap.
"[The essays] indicate that, when carried out with appropriate care, engagement with Austin's work has the potential to be of continuing relevance to contemporary discussions." - Guy Longworth, Mind
1: Martin Gustafsson: Introduction: Inheriting Austin
2: Simon Glendinning: Unmasking the Tradition
3: Mark Kaplan: Tales of the Unknown: Austin and the Argument from Ignorance
4: Adam Leite: Austin, Dreams, and Scepticism
5: Benjamin McMyler: Believing what the Man Says about his own Feelings
6: Avner Baz: Knowing Knowing (that Such and Such)
7: Charles Travis: Truth and Merit
8: Jean-Philippe Narboux: 'There's Many a Slip between Cup and Lip': Dimension and Negation in Austin