Medievalia Et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval & Renaissance

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Analytic philosophy is characterized by a precise approach to analysing the language of philosophical questions. At times these translations were made from Greek originals, but more often from intermediary Syriac translations. None the less both agree that mind operates in the content of its knowledge as in its own domain, and this consequently appears as concrete Being. In that paper Quine criticizes the distinction between analytic and synthetic statements, arguing that a clear conception of analyticity is unattainable.

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