Wittgenstein, Privacy, Rule-following
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2007. “Rule-following without Reasons: Wittgenstein’s Quietism and the Constitutive Question” in Wittgenstein and Reason, ed. John Preston; Ratio vol. XX no. 4. [.pdf]
1989. “Wittgenstein’s Later Philosophy of Mind: Sensation, Privacy and Intention”, Journal of Philosophy LXXVI, 11, 1989, 622-34. Extended version in Meaning Scepticism, edited by Klaus Puhl, de Gruyter 1991, 126-47. [.pdf]
1989. Critical Study of Colin McGinn’s Wittgenstein on Meaning in Mind XCVIII, 289- 305. [.pdf]
1989. “Wittgenstein’s Rule-Following Considerations and the Central Project of Theoretical Linguistics” in Reflections on Chomsky, ed. Alexander George (Blackwell), 233-64.
1987. “On Making Up One’s Mind: Wittgenstein on Intention” in Logic, Philosophy of Science and Epistemology, the Proceedings of the XIth International Wittgenstein Symposium, ed. P. Weingartner and Gerhard Schurz, (Vienna: Holder – Pickler- Tempsky) 391-404.
1986. “Does Philosophical Investigations I, 258-60 suggest a cogent argument against Private Language?”, in Subject, Thought and Context, edited by P. Pettit and J. McDowell (Oxford), 209-266.
1986. “Rule-following, Meaning and Constructivism” in Meaning and Interpretation edited by C. Travis (Blackwell), 271-297.
1984. “Kripke’s account of the Argument against Private Language”, Journal of Philosophy LXXI, 12, 759-778. [.pdf]
1981. “Rule-following, Objectivity and the Theory of Meaning” in C. Leich and S. Holtzman, eds., Wittgenstein: To Follow a Rule (Routledge), 99-117. [.pdf]