Education[change | change source]
career[change | change source]
He taught Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley and also held teaching appointments several other universities such as Stanford University, Rockefeller University, Princeton University, and the University of Chicago.
Works[change | change source]
Here is the list of some of his works in philosophy:
- "Truth and Meaning," Synthese, 17, 1967. (Reprinted in Davidson, 2001b.)
- "Mental Events," in Experience and Theory, Foster and Swanson (eds.). London: Duckworth. 1970. (Reprinted in Davidson, 2001a).
- "Agency," in Agent, Action, and Reason, Binkley, Bronaugh, and Marras (eds.), Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 1971. (Reprinted in Davidson, 2001a.)
- Essays on Actions and Events, 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2001a.
- Inquiries into Truth and Interpretation, 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2001b.
- Problems of Rationality, Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2004.
- Truth, Language, and History: Philosophical Essays, Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2005.
- Truth and Predication. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2005.
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References[change | change source]
- Lepore, Ernest and Kirk Ludwig. Donald Davidson: Meaning, Truth, Language and Reality. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2005.
- Ludwig, Kirk (ed.). Donald Davidson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2003.
- Mou, Bo (ed.). Davidson's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: Constructive Engagement. Leiden & Boston: Brill. 2006.
- Kotatko, Petr, Peter Pagin and Gabriel Segal (eds.). Interpreting Davidson. Stanford: CSLI Publications. 2001.
- Evnine, Simon. Donald Davidson. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1991.