Sam Wheeler writes in philosophy of language. metaphysics, ethics, deconstruction, and ancient philosophy. He has just completed a book, Neo-Davidsonian Metaphysics: From the True to the Good. Recent publications include “Texts With Too Many Authors,” in nonsite, July, 2012; “Remembering Donald Davidson: His 1967 Undergraduate Philosophy of Language Course” in Donald Davidson: Life and Words, edited by Maria Baghramian (Routledge 2012), pp. 65-70; “Davidson, Derrida and Differance” in Dialogues with Davidson (MIT 2011); His book, Deconstruction as Analytic Philosophy, was published in 2000 by Stanford University Press.
Link to 38+ papers on Academia.edu: uconn.academia.edu/SamuelWheeler
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