Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1983), 1983. First printing. Hardcover. 175 pp. Bound in coarse green cloth with silver lettering on the spine. In this book, Linsky, a well-known philosopher of language, focuses on propositional attitudes. He presents formulations of the theories of Frege and Russell, and examines the arguments of a number of modern critics including Hintikka, Kripke, Davidson, and Quine. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #00007969
Near Fine with a couple of small spots of discoloration on the free front endpaper and one leaf in a Very Good dust jacket with a chip to the top of the rear panel and some light wear to the crown of the spine panel.