Clarifying the Project
Begins part II of the book, which examines Davidson’s project of radical interpretation Discusses how to characterize the project, and certain difficulties that arise in Davidson’s initial statement of the goal of the radical interpreter. Restates the goal of the project in a way that avoids the difficulties, and distinguishes an ambitious and more modest philosophical program founded on radical interpretation, arguing that Davidson’s most interesting theses are to be seen as founded on the ambitious program.
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