Readings in philosophical analysis. Selected and edited by Herbert Feigl and Wilfrid Sellars. Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., New York, 1949, x + 626 pp. - W. V. Quine. Designation and existence, pp. 44–51. - Alfred Tarski. The semantic conception of truth, pp. 52–84. - Gottlob Frege. On sense and nominatum, pp. 85–102. - Bertrand Russell. On denoting, pp. 103–115. - Ernest Nagel. Logic without ontology, pp. 191–210. - Carl G. Hempel. On the nature of mathematical truth, pp. 222–237. - Rudolf Carnap. The two concepts of probability, pp. 330–348. - Roderick M. Chisholm. The contrary-to-fact conditional, pp. 482–497.