W. E. Johnson

Do philosophers talk nonsense? - An inquiry into the possibility of illusions of meaning. (Analytical table of contents.) The book in question is published by Teller Press, (New Romney, 2005) and a revised edition by Rellet Press (London, 2013).

Is There Such A Thing As Philosophical Nonsense? For the best part of a century now philosophers have been accusing each other of talking nonsense.  This practice…

Argumentation Theory and Alleged Philosophical Nonsense - Part One.

This paper looks at philosophical accusations of talking nonsense from the perspective of argumentation theory.  An accusation of this sort, when seriously meant,…

John W. Cook On 'The Sense That Is Senseless' - An Early Appreciation Of Wittgenstein's 'Austere' Conception Of Nonsense.

Cook’s paper ‘Wittgenstein on privacy’, though published over fifty years ago, is still one of the most impressive attempts to take seriously what…
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