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... William Frankena as an important influence (1987, p. xvii) during his time there. While at Michigan, Cartwright also encountered J. O. Urmson and J. L. Austin, and developed an appetite for Oxford philosophy of the period – an appetite...
... “Nonmonotonicity in Linguistics,” in Handbook of Logic and Language , ed. J. van Benthem and A. ter Meulen ( Amsterdam , 1997). “Twenty-five Years of Linguistics and Philosophy,” with F. J. Pelletier, Linguistics and Philosophy 25 (2002): 507–29....
...Cornman, James Welton James Cornman was born on 16 August 1929 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He first studied philosophy at Dartmouth, receiving the BA in 1956. He then undertook graduate studies at Brown University. Cornman received...