Argumenta – Journal of Analytic Philosophy


One Hundred Years of Donald Davidson. Introduction [Special Issue]

Issue: Issue 5 • Author/s: Maria Cristina Amoretti, Mario De Caro, Francesca Ervas
Topics: Introduction

Donald Davidson (1917-2003) is one of the few contemporary philosophers of the analytic tradition who offered significant contentious contributions to many different areas of philosophy while preserving a semi-systematic character in his writings. His output was huge, ranging from decision theory to philosophy of  language, from metaphysics to philosophy of action, from philosophy of mind to epistemology.