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Literary and Philosophical Essays

“This Festschrift brings together the majority of those papers presented at a conference held in Dublin in March 2009 to honour Alasdair MacIntyre. The tribute is richly deserved, for throughout his career MacIntyre’s work has displayed, not only formidable powers of analysis and wide ranging intellectual curiosity, but also an uncommon readiness to defy the philosophical fashions of his age.” — Philosophical Investigations

“A newly published volume of essays edited by Fran O’Rourke marks the most recent attempt to grapple with the complex ramifications of MacIntyre’s thought. . . . O’Rourke has . . . gathered a number of truly excellent and thought provoking pieces that move the discussion on MacIntyre and philosophical issues in political theory, ethics, and philosophy of social science further.” — Philosophy in Review

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As the authors of the Logic make clear, this particular partof their text derives from Descartes's Rules for the Direction of the Mind, written around 1627, but only published posthumously in 1684. The specification of the four types was most likely offered in elaborating Descartes's Rule Thirteen, which states: “If we perfectly understand a problem we must abstract it from every superfluous conception, reduce it to its simplest termsand, by means of an enumeration, divide it up into the smallest possible parts.” (PW, I, 51. Cf. the editorial comments in PW, I, 54, 77.) The decompositional conception of analysis is explicit here, and if we follow this up into the laterDiscourse on Method, published in 1637, the focus has clearly shifted from the regressive to the decompositional conceptionof analysis. All the rules offered in the earlier work have now been reduced to just four. This is how Descartes reports the rules he sayshe adopted in his scientific and philosophical work:

Phenomenology is not the only source of analytic methodologies outside those of the analytic tradition. Mention might be made here, too, of R. G. Collingwood, working within the tradition of British idealism, which was still a powerful force prior to the Second World War. In his Essay on Philosophical Method (1933), for example, he criticizes Moorean philosophy, and develops his own response to what is essentially the paradox of analysis (concerning how an analysis can be both correct and informative), which he recognizes as having its root in Meno's paradox. In his Essay on Metaphysics (1940), he puts forward his own conception of metaphysical analysis, in direct response to what he perceived as the mistaken repudiation of metaphysics by the logical positivists. Metaphysical analysis is characterized here as the detection of ‘absolute presuppositions’, which are taken as underlying and shaping the various conceptual practices that can be identified in the history of philosophy and science. Even among those explicitly critical of central strands in analytic philosophy, then, analysis in one form or another can still be seen as alive and well.

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In it he fearlessly gives the reader more than philosophically complex arguments to consider, and offers a gift to whomsoever might continue on through the existentially deep narrative he develops throughout the text....

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Fran O’Rourke is associate professor of philosophy at University College Dublin. He is the author and editor of a number of books, including Human Destinies: Philosophical Essays in Memory of Gerald Hanratty (University of Notre Dame Press, 2012).

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Fran O’Rourke is associate professor of philosophy at University College Dublin. He is the author and editor of a number of books, including Human Destinies: Philosophical Essays in Memory of Gerald Hanratty (University of Notre Dame Press, 2012).

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“This Festschrift brings together the majority of those papers presented at a conference held in Dublin in March 2009 to honour Alasdair MacIntyre. The tribute is richly deserved, for throughout his career MacIntyre’s work has displayed, not only formidable powers of analysis and wide ranging intellectual curiosity, but also an uncommon readiness to defy the philosophical fashions of his age.” — Philosophical Investigations

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“A newly published volume of essays edited by Fran O’Rourke marks the most recent attempt to grapple with the complex ramifications of MacIntyre’s thought. . . . O’Rourke has . . . gathered a number of truly excellent and thought provoking pieces that move the discussion on MacIntyre and philosophical issues in political theory, ethics, and philosophy of social science further.” — Philosophy in Review

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What was crucial in the emergence of twentieth-century analytic philosophy, however, was the development of quantificational theory, which provided a far more powerful interpretive system than anything that had hitherto been available. In the case of Frege and Russell, the system into which statements were ‘translated’ was predicate logic, and the divergence that was thereby opened up between grammatical and logical form meant that the process of translation itself became an issue of philosophical concern. This induced greater self-consciousness about our use of language and its potential to mislead us, and inevitably raised semantic, epistemological and metaphysical questions about the relationships between language, logic, thought and reality which have been at the core of analytic philosophy ever since.

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