Coliva, Annalisa; Sereni, Andrea
Crispin Wirght (born 1942) is a British philosopher whose works cover fields like the philosophy of language and mathematics of Gottlob Frege and Ludwig Wittgenstein (in both cases, through the influence of Michael Dummett's thought), the debate between realism and anti-realism, vagueness, first-person knowledge of mental states, and skepticism. By promoting novel and promising research programs (here outlined in their essentials) in all these areas, Wright stands out as one of the most authoritative figures in contemporary analytic philosophy.
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Annalisa Coliva,Andrea Sereni, "Crispin Wright", in "APhEx 4", 2011, pp. 28