PREYER, G. P.,
Contextualism in Philosophy. Knowledge, Meaning, and Truth.
Clarendon Press, 2005. 412p. Paperback. This collection is an excellent resource for anyone interested in the relevance of context to certain central areas of epistemological and/or linguistic debate. It contains eleven original essays by an impressive list of authors, including several essays that are quickly becoming quite well known. Between them, the papers cover a wide and representative range of arguments, issues and positions arising in connection with the prospects for and problems facing contextualism. Mind 03/09/2007 (Publisher's information).