Sylvain Bromberger, List of Publications

1. “A Note on ‘Fort et Etroit’ and ‘Ample et Faible'” Revue Internationale de Philosophie 11(1957): 1-5.

2. “What are Effects?” in R. J. Butler, ed., Analytical Philosophy, vol. 1 (Basil Blackwell, 1962), pp. 15-20.

3. *”An Approach to Explanation, ” in R. J. Butler, ed., Analytical Philosophy, vol. 2 (Basil Blackwell, 1965), pp. 72-105.

4. *”A Theory about the Theory of Theory and about the Theory of Theories,” in B. Baumrin, ed., Delaware Seminar on the Philosophy of Science, vol. 2 (University of Delaware Press, 1963).

5. *”Why-Questions,” in R. G. Colodny, ed., Mind and Cosmos: Essays in Contemporary Science and Philosophy, vol. 3 (The Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1966).

6. *”Questions,” The Journal of Philosophy LXIII (1966): 597-606.

7. “Competence, Gammaticality, and Sentence Complexity,” Philosophical Forum 1 (1968): 90-93.

8. *”Science and the Forms of Ignorance,” in Observation and Theory in Science (The Johns Hopkins Press, 1971).

9. “On Pragmatic and Scientific Explanation: Comments on Achenstein’s and Salmon’s Papers,” Philosophy of Science (1985).

10. (with Morris Halle) “On the Relationship between Phonetics and Phonology, ” in Joseph S. Perkell and Dennis H. Klatt, eds., Invariance and Variability in Speech Process (Lawrence Erlbaum, 1986), pp. 510-520.

11. *”Rational Ignorance,” Synthese 74 (1988): 47-64, and in L. M. Vaina , ed., Matters of Intelligence (D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1987.

12. *”What We Don’t Know When We Don’t Know Why,” in N. Rescher, ed., Scientific Inquiry in Philosophical Perspective, (The University Press of America, 1987).

13. *”Types and Tokens in Linguistics,” in Alexander George, ed., Reflections on Chomsky, (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989), pp. 58-89.

14. (with Morris Halle) “Why Phonology is Different,” Linguistic Inquiry 20 (1989):51-70.

15. “L’incommensurabilité en science et la possibilité d’argumenter” in Michael Meyer and Alain Lempereur, eds., Figures et Conflits Rhétoriques (Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles, 1990), pp. 228-240.

16. *(with Morris Halle) “The Ontology of Phonology,” in D. Prawitz, B. Skyrms and D. Westerstahl, eds., Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science (Elsevier Science B.V., 1994), pp. 725-743.

17. “Memoirs of a 1940 Family Flight from Antwerp, Belgium,” Portuguese Studies Review 4 (1995): 9-19.

18. (with Morris Halle) “The Contents of Phonological Signs: A Comparison Between Their Use in Derivational Theories and in Optimality Theories,” in Iggy Rocca, ed., Derivations and Constraints in Phonology (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997), pp. 93-123.

19. On What We Know We Don’t Know: Explanation, Theory, Linguistics, and How Questions Shape Them, (The University of Chicago Press, 1992). Contains the starred items above.

20. (with Morris Halle) “Phonology” in Donald M. Borchert, ed., The Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Supplement (Macmillan Reference USA and Simon and Shuster and Prentice Hall International, 1996), pp. 445-446.

21. “Natural Kinds and Questions” in Matti Sintonen, ed., Essays on Jaakko Hintikka’s Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, vol. 51 of Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of Science and the Humanities (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997), pp. 149-163.

22. (with Morris Halle) “The Ontology of Phonology (Revised)” in Noel Burton-Roberts et al., eds. Phonological Knowledge, Conceptual and Empirical Issues.

23. “What are Words? Comments on Kaplan (1900), on Hawthorne and Lepore, and on the Issue” Journal of Philosophy Volume CVIII, No 9 September 2011. (Actually published 2012)

24. “Vagueness, Ambiguity, and the ‘Sound’ of Meaning” In Analysis and Interpretation in the Exact Sciences. Essays in Honor of William Demopoulos Springer 2012

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