ISBN 0-8126-9010-9$59.95 cloth
The Philosophy of W. V. Quine
Volume XVIII in the Library of Living Philosophers
Edited by Paul A. Schilpp and Lewis E. Hahn
"For more than thirty years, V. W. Quine has been a dominant figure in logical theory and philosophy of logic. Few, if any, have done more than he to bring the science of mathematical logic to full growth. His clear, accurate, and elegant expositions have helped set standards for the field, and his innovations in notations and techniques have paved the way for much solid work on the part of others. Nor have his contributions been limited to theory. Many generations of students of elementary logic have benefited from his strong pedagogical motivation, and, perhaps even more importantly, a host of graduate students, or budding professionals, have also learned from him about logic and what is involved in a sound philosophical attitude toward it."
—from Edwin Lewis Hahn's preface to the first edition