Johnson - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Mill, John Stuart; Russell, Bertrand Arthur William; Stout, George Frederick; Whately, Richard.

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Works on Johnson

Acute and careful, as well as captious, criticism of Johnson is contained in H. W. B. Joseph's "What Does Mr. W. E. Johnson Mean by a Proposition?," in Mind 36 (1927): 448–466, and 37 (1928): 21–39. Johnson's views are also discussed in A. N. Prior's "Determinables, Determinates and Determinants," in Mind 58 (1949): 1–20, 178–194. There is a fine informative obituary of Johnson by C. D. Broad in Ethics and the History of Philosophy (London: Routledge, 1952).

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