"Top Five" Philosophy Works

Burt Thorp bthorp at PLAINS.NODAK.EDU
Sat Nov 20 09:00:39 UTC 1999

Implicit in Panini (and sometimes explicit in his school) is a philosophy
and a logic that predates Wittgenstein and modern linguistic philosophy, or
so one could argue.  My former teacher, Hartmut Scharfe, used to teach
Panini as part of his undergraduate course on Indian Philosophy at UCLA.

At 07:47 PM 11/19/1999 -0000, you wrote:
>> Panini's Grammar.
>You mean the twentieth century reincarnation ?
>Best wishes,
>Stephen Hodge
>> At 12:32 PM 11/18/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>> >    In a recent Baruch College poll of philosophers (I don't know
>who was
>> >included), the following were named as the top five books and the
>top  five
>> >articles in philosophy in the 20th century:

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