LYCAN, W. G.,
Clarendon Press, 2001. 234p. Hardback. There's alot to like about this book, not least its witty, even charming, style. Lycan considers more examples, from more diverse sources, than most writers. The theory he presents is innovative and at least aims to be comprehensive. And of course there are some good arguments for it. The Philosophical Review 05/08/2004 (Publisher's information).