The Whole of Philosophy
This chapter contends that analysis is indeed the sole occupation of the philosopher. It shows that this contention does not require any undue narrowing of the domain of philosophy, or any downgrading of its importance; quite the opposite in fact. We simply need a suitably capacious understanding of what conceptual analysis can aspire to be. Different types of analysis are considered, including category analysis, connective analysis, conceptual analysis, and contrastive analysis.
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