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ASDActual Stopping Distance (automotive)
ASDAccess Security Device
ASDAll Suckers Die (gaming clan)
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ASDAutomatic Slowdown
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ASDAutomated System Demonstration
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ASDAutomatic Super Delice
ASDActivity Services Division
ASDAdverse State Detector (ITU-T)
ASDAssigned Software Developer
ASDAnticipatory Speed Dosing
ASDAssigned Systems Developer
ASDAir-worthiness Substantiation Document
ASDAlpha Sécurité Distribution (French: Alpha Security Distribution; Massy, France; est. 1997)
ASDAircraft Specific Data
ASDApproximate Surface Density
ASDAviation Systems Directorate
ASDAddressable Switch Device
ASDAir Support Director
ASDAnti-Swimmer Device
ASDAnalytical Surface Description
ASDAnalog Signal Demodulator
ASDAssignment Selection Data/Date
ASDATM Standards Documents
ASDArvedi Steel Technology
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ASDAsian Sources Database
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Quine is equally well known for his attack on Carnap's analytic/synthetic distinction. Receiving far less attention is their basic agreement that a properly scientific approach to philosophy should eliminate the metaphysical excesses of the past.
Although we can make sense of the analytic/synthetic distinction, we cannot make sense of it in a way that is epistemically relevant.
Kant introduced the analytic/synthetic distinction so that the question how a proposition is known could be sharply distinguished from the question of what makes the proposition true.
Quine and his attack on the analytic/synthetic distinction (From a Logical Point of View, 1961), of Wilfrid Sellars's critique of the "myth of the given" (Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind, 1997), and of Donald Davidson's deconstruction of scheme-content dualism and his defense of a coherentist theory of knowledge (Inquiries into Truth and Interpretation, 1984).
In a sense, one can see Brandom's first response (found in the introduction) as also distinguishing a special class of inferences--but not in a way that supports an (interesting) analytic/synthetic distinction. For Brandom restricts the relevant inferences to those to which someone deploying a concept is thereby committed.
Echoing Kant, Jeffy Katz, a defender of rationalism in semantics, has argued that successfully drawing the analytic/synthetic distinction is a defeat for empiricism.
A real focal point for much of this is their differences in attitude to the analytic/synthetic distinction. It may seem surprising that so specific a topic in philosophical logic should deserve to be singled out in this way.
Quine is famous, or perhaps infamous, for his repudiation of the analytic/synthetic distinction and kindred dualisms--the necessary/ contingent dichotomy and the a priori/a posteriori dichotomy.
In opposition to Quine ("Two Dogmas" was published in 1951) and also to Tarski (who had expressed his opinion to Feigl orally), Feigl thought that an analytic/synthetic distinction was fundamental to critical analysis and that the existence of synthetic a priori knowledge should be firmly opposed by every empiricist.
The list of topics it addresses is a selection of major philosophical controversies of the twentieth century: the nature of realism, skepticism, the relations between knowledge, truth, and understanding, the status of classical logic, the analytic/synthetic distinction, and the empiricist criterion of cognitive significance.
Quine believes that in "Two Dogmas of Empiricism" (reprinted in From a Logical Point of View, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Press, 1953, 1961, 1980) for example, where he questions the analytic/synthetic distinction and reductionism, he is simply being more empiricistic than were the Logical Empiricists.
In particular, this paper argues that the analysis of verbal disputes can be used to support the existence of a distinctive sort of primitive concept and that it can be used to reconstruct a version of an analytic/synthetic distinction, where both are characterized in dialectical terms alone.
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