GROSS, S. T.,
Meaning Without Representation. Essays on Truth, Expression, Normativity, and Naturalism.
Oxford University Press, 2015. 400p. Hardback. a remarkably valuable, up-to-date resource for the specialized reader interested in issues spanning deflationism, pragmatism, and pluralism about truth, global and local forms of expressivism, meaning naturalism, and the Kripkenstein paradox, as well as the multiple interconnections between these themes and their links to foundational and methodological questions such as the status of metaphysics, the role of naturalism in philosophy, the theoretical implications of rethinking truth, meaning, and reference. This is deep, dense, fascinating philosophy, indeed some of the best philosophy one could happen to read nowadays. Delia Belleri, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Online |a 23/09/2016 (Publisher's information).