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|Named Person:||Ayn Rand; Ayn Rand; Ayn Rand|
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|Description:||xiii, 298 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Ayn Rand's theory of concepts: rethinking abstraction and essence / Allan Gotthelf --
Conceptualization and justification / Gregory Salmieri --
Perceptual awareness as presentational / Onkar Ghate --
Concepts, context, and the advance of science / James G. Lennox --
Rand on concepts, definitions, and the advance of science: comments on Gotthelf and Lennox / Paul E. Griffiths --
Natural kinds and Rand's theory of concepts: reflections on Griffiths / Onkar Ghate --
Rand on definitions --
one size fits all? Comments on Gotthelf / Jim Bogen --
Taking the measure of a definition: response to Bogen / Allan Gotthelf --
On concepts that change with the advance of science: comments on Lennox / Richard M. Burian --
Conceptual development versus conceptual change: response to Burian / James G. Lennox --
In defense of the theory of appearing: comments oh Ghate and Salmieri / Pierre Le Morvan --
Forms of awareness and "three-factor" theories / Gregory Salmieri --
Direct perception and Salmieri's "forms of awareness" / Bill Brewer --
Keeping up appearances: reflections on the debate over perceptual infallibilism / Benjamin Bayer.
|Series Title:||Ayn Rand Society philosophical studies.|
|Responsibility:||Allan Gotthelf, editor, James G. Lennox, associate editor.|
"By locating Rand's theory of concepts in both traditional and contemporary debates, this collection offers a textured portrait of her distinctive view while also advancing the debates themselves.