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Sense and Simplicity : Wittgenstein's Argument for Simple Objects
This paper puts forward an alternative interpretation of the argument for simple objects advanced in the 2.0s of the Tractatus. In my view, Wittgenstein derives the simplicity of objects directly from his account of possible ...
Why did Kuhn's structure of scientific revolutions cause a fuss
After the publication of The structure of scientific revolutions, Kuhn attempted to fend off accusations of extremism by explaining that his allegedly “relativist” theory is little more than the mundane analytical apparatus ...
Kierkegaard and Fear and Trembling
Normal and language-impaired children's use of reference: syntactic vs pragmatic processing
The present study investigates children's syntactic and pragmatic processing when specifying referents presented in short video clips. Within Relevance theory, the assumption of 'optimal relevance' implies that utterances ...
Was the Nazi-regime uniquely criminal?
(St. James Press, 2003)
Folk psychological narratives and the case of autism
This paper builds on the insights of Jerome Bruner by underlining the central importance of narratives explaining actions in terms of reasons, arguing that by giving due attention to the central roles that narratives play ...
Gestemd verleden : Mondelinge geschiedenis als praktijk
(Vlaams Centrum voor Volkscultuur, 2003)