David Bell (philosopher)
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David Andrew Bell (born 1947) is a British philosopher. He is emeritus professor of philosophy at the University of Sheffield, having previously studied in Dublin (Trinity College Dublin), Göttingen and Canada (McMaster University).
He has worked in the area of continental philosophy from an analytic point of view (particularly on Edmund Husserl), and is interested in solipsism and other areas of philosophies of mind, language, logic and mathematics. He has spoken at the British Society for the History of Philosophy.
- The Analytic Tradition: Meaning, Thought, and Knowledge (Oxford, 1990) ISBN 0-631-17686-1
- Husserl (London, 1990) ISBN 0-415-03300-4
- Frege's Theory of Judgement (Oxford, 1979) ISBN 0-19-827423-8
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