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  1. The Nature of Morality: An Introduction to Ethics by Gilbert Harman, 1977-01-06
  2. Reasoning, Meaning, and Mind by Gilbert Harman, 1999-09-16
  3. Thought by Gilbert Harman, 1973-03
  4. Semantics of Natural Language (Synthese Library)
  5. Change in View: Principles of Reasoning by Gilbert Harman, 1986-01
  6. Reliable Reasoning: Induction and Statistical Learning Theory (Jean Nicod Lectures) by Gilbert Harman, Sanjeev Kulkarni, 2007-05-01
  7. Explaining Value: and Other Essays in Moral Philosophy by Gilbert Harman, 2000-12-28
  8. Skepticism & the Definition of Knowledge (Harvard Dissertations in Philosophy) by Gilbert Harman, 1990-03-01
  9. Conceptions of the Human Mind: Essays in Honor of George A. Miller
  10. LOGIC OF GRAMMAR by Donald and Harman, Gilbert Davidson, 1975-01-01
  11. Moral Relativism and Moral Objectivity (Great Debates in Philosophy) by Gilbert Harman, Judith Thomson, 1996-01-17
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  13. International Socialism: A Quarterly Journal of Socialist Theory - Autumn 2000 by Paul McGarr, Boris Kargarlitsky, Gilbert Archar, Dave Renton, Keith Flett, John Newsinger Chris Harman, 2000
  14. Philosophical Review, Vol. 84, No. 1, January 1975 by Gilbert; Kitcher, Philip; Sievert, Donald et al. Harman, 1975

1. Gilbert Harman - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Gilbert Harman (born 1938) is a contemporary American philosopher, teaching at Princeton University, who has published widely on ethics, epistemology,
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Jump to: navigation search Gilbert Harman (born ) is a contemporary American philosopher , teaching at Princeton University , who has published widely on ethics epistemology metaphysics and the philosophies of language and mind . He was educated at Swarthmore College and Harvard University , where he earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy. His daughter, Elizabeth Harman , is also a philosopher and a member of the philosophy department and the center for human values at Princeton University. Harman shares the belief of his Ph.D. advisor Willard Van Orman Quine that philosophy and science are continuous, as well as his skepticism about conceptual analysis . As a moral philosopher , he is best-known for his explanatory argument for anti-realism and for his defense of a form of ethical relativism , most recently and comprehensively in Moral Relativism and Moral Objectivity (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996), in which he debates the issue with Judith Jarvis Thomson More recently, Harman has attacked the idea that people have set characters of the sort that could ground virtue ethics. He was awarded the Jean Nicod Prize in Paris in
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Harman Gilbert Smith Harman Smith was the last of the group of New Zealanders who went to the UK shortly after WW2 to train as orthopaedic surgeons and by chance found themselves working in London at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Harman was born and educated in Whangarei and over the years maintained contact with the North and spent holidays in the same bay that he did as a child. He qualified in Dunedin in 1940 and from 1941 to 1944 worked as a house surgeon and registrar at Auckland and Greenlane Hospitals carrying out a wide variety of operations as a registrar, as a number of the senior staff were in the Forces. At an early stage he was drawn to orthopaedics and never lost his enthusiasm for the specialty. He then served as a surgeon in the Navy in the Pacific for 20 months and was in Japanese waters when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in August 1945. From 1947 to 1950 was spent in the UK, initially as an anatomy demonstrator at the Middlesex Hospital (obtaining the FRCS in 1948) and then at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

3. 20th WCP: Qualia, Robots And Complementarity Of Subject And Object
harman gilbert (1991/3) Can Science Understand the Mind? in Harman, Gilbert (ed.) Conceptions of the Mind Essays in Honor of George Miller ,
Philosophy of Mind Qualia, Robots and Complementarity
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ABSTRACT: Jackson claims that a person who sees colors for the first time by this very fact acquires a certain knowledge which she or he could not have learned in a black and white world. This argument can be generalized to other secondary qualities. I argue that this claim is indefensible without implicit recourse to the first-person experience; also Nagel’s "what it is like" argument is polemically weak. Hence, we have no argument able to dismiss physicalism by consideration of first-person qualia ( contra Jackson); however, it does not force us to endorse qualia-reductionism. In the second part of my paper I defend non-reductionism in a different way. Following Nagel and Harman, I try to avoid criticisms usually presented against Nagel, seeing subjectivity and objectivity as two complementary structures of the subjective and objective element of our language. I refer to classical German philosophy, phenomenology and Marxist dialectics which have developed a complementary approach crucial in the reductionist/anti-reductionist controversy in the philosophy of mind. "Opinion says hot and cold, but the reality is atoms and empty space."

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Encyclopedia of Philosophy Gilbert Harman was born in 1938, graduated from Swarthmore College in 1960, and received his PhD from Harvard in 1963, where W. V. Quine was his dissertation advisor. He is distinctive in being a leading contributor across a broad range of subdisciplines of philosophy: epistemology, ethics, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and metaphysics. This entry reviews only a few of his many important contributions. Harman has been perhaps the most significant contemporary defender of moral relativism. According to Harman, moral right and wrong are akin to motion: They are relative It should be noted, too, that, although he distinguishes them, Harman embraces forms of each of normative moral relativism, moral judgment relativism

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8. Harman Gilbert, Kulkarni Sanjeev: Reliable Reasoning | ISBN: 9780262083607 (0262
Gilbert Harman Is Professor Of Philosophy At The University Of Princeton. His Publications Include Thought (1973), The Nature Of Morality (1977),
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9. Gilbert Harman
Philosopher at Princeton University specializing in ethics and the philosophy of mind.
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Email: Harman and Kulkarni, Reliable Reasoning Interests Ethics : guilt-free morality, analogies between moral philosophy and linguistics, moral particularism, virtue ethics, moral relativism. Epistemology : induction, statistical learning theory, psychology of reasoning, pragmatic aspects of reasoning, logic as a theory of implication not inference, rejection of apriori knowledge, epistemic foundations, full belief as believing one knows. Language : rejection of analyticity, conceptual role semantics, truth-functional "semantics," linguistics. Mind : consciousness, intention, self-reflexive states, cognitive science. Teaching . On leave for the 2007-2008 school year: no teaching. Back in Fall 2008. Online versions of recent work Publication list Recent News
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10. IngentaConnect Table Of Contents: Reasoning, Meaning, And Mind
2. Practical Reasoning pp. 4675(30) Author harman, gilbert 4. Pragmatism and Reasons for Belief pp. 93-117(25) Author harman, gilbert
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11. Semantics Of Natural Language - Philosophy Of Language Journals, Books & Online
Davidson, D.; harman, gilbert (Eds.) Second Edition, 1973, 779 p., Softcover. ISBN 97890-277-0310-1. This item usually ships in 2-3 business days of languages?SGWID=4-404

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Correspondence between Wilfrid Sellars and gilbert harman on truth. Illuminating discussion on the issue of whether a Tarskian semantics provides an
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New York, N.Y. l0021 February 26, 1970 Professor Gilbert Harman
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Princeton, New Jersey Dear Gil: I have read and reread your insightful and challenging review of Science and Metaphysics , and have been accumulating notes, I won't say for a reply, but for a first attempt at rising to your closing challenge. I shall concentrate on the points you raise concerning meaning and truth, leaving to another occasion topics which, though important, do not touch the very heart of the enterprise. Thus I shall not discuss your comments on the availability and/or adequacy of concepts of thinking-out-loud and its modes as models for the construction of a theoretical framework which introduce classical thought-episodes. I certainly did not mean to imply that all the thinking of Jones' Rylean contemporaries was thinking-out-loud, but only that they did more of it than we do. Most of their thinking would be, in the terminology of my "Language as Thought and as Communication," extremely short term proximate propensities to think such and such out loud. (I thought I had made this clear in SM .) Also, I have stressed from the beginning that inner thought episodes, though construed on the model of overt speech, are not to be thought of as "words going through ones head." No verbal imagery need occur, and even when it does, the imagery is not itself the thinking, but at most a symptom of it.

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harman, gilbert (1987). (Nonsolipsistic) conceptual role semantics. In Ernest LePore (ed.), New Directions in Semantics. Academic Press.
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  • Full Text Explaining Value , pp. i-238. by Harman Gilbert Part I. Moral Relativism Explaining Value , pp. 1-3. by Harman Gilbert 1. Moral Relativism Defended Explaining Value , pp. 3-20. by Harman Gilbert 2. What Is Moral Relativism? Explaining Value , pp. 20-39. by Harman Gilbert 3. Relativistic Ethics: Morality as Politics Explaining Value , pp. 39-58. by Harman Gilbert 4. Justice and Moral Bargaining Explaining Value , pp. 58-77. by Harman Gilbert 5. Is There a Single True Morality? Explaining Value , pp. 77-101. by Harman Gilbert Part II. Intrinsic Value Explaining Value , pp. 101-103. by Harman Gilbert 6. Toward a Theory of Intrinsic Value Explaining Value , pp. 103-117. by Harman Gilbert 7. Desired Desires Explaining Value , pp. 117-137. by Harman Gilbert 8. Intrinsic Value Explaining Value , pp. 137-149. by Harman Gilbert Part III. Virtue Explaining Value , pp. 149-151. by Harman Gilbert 9. Human Flourishing, Ethics, and Liberty Explaining Value , pp. 151-165. by Harman Gilbert 10. Moral Philosophy Meets Social Psychology: Virtue Ethics and the Fundamental Attribution Error
  • 17. Willard Van Orman Quine Essay Collection Details: Philosophy Of Quine And Quinte
    harman, gilbert, Quine on meaning and existence, I. Rev.Metaph 21 (1967), 124151. harman, gilbert, Quine on meaning and existence, II. Rev.
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    Details of W. V. Quine posthumous essay reprint collections. Table of contents for Philosophy of Quine (Dagfinn Føllesdal, Editor) . This five volume collection reprints reviews and articles about Willard Van Orman Quine, mathematician and philosopher. Belknap Press announcement of Quintessence - Basic Readings from the Philosophy of W. V. Quine , (Roger Gibson, Editor), 384 pp. (March, 2004). Thirty five of Quine's classic essays on analyticity and reductionism; the indeterminacy of translation of theoretical sentences and the inscrutability of reference; ontology; naturalized epistemology; philosophy of mind; and extensionalism. This page is maintained by Douglas Boynton Quine ; please e-mail recommended additions, or corrections to the webmaster:

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    Change in view principles of reasoning / gilbert harman. The nature of morality an introduction to ethics / gilbert harman. 1997 HAR

    19. SSRN-Conceptual Role Semantics By Mark Greenberg, Gilbert Harman
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    20. Bibliography Of Cognitive Science And Ethics
    harman, gilbert. Forthcoming. Using a Linguistic Analogy to Study Morality. . harman, gilbert. 2001. Virtue Ethics without Character Traits.
    A Bibliography of Cognitive Science and Ethics
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    This is a bibliography of material where issues in moral philosophy are engaged with the theoretical tools of the cognitive sciences. Most items bear primarily on moral psychology and epistemology. The authors included here are applying concepts and theories from the cognitive sciences in ethics, rather than investigating research and theories in those sciences from a moral point of view. The bibliography is organized into the following seven sections:

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