Sybil Wolfram  

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"At the period that Quine launched his attack on conventionalism, essentialism was considered dead, and he did not discuss it." --Philosophical Logic: An Introduction (1989) by Sybil Wolfram

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Sybil Wolfram (born Sybille Misch; 1931–1993) was an English philosopher and writer. She was a Fellow and Tutor in philosophy at Lady Margaret Hall at University of Oxford from 1964 to 1993.


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