Roderick Firth

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Roderick Firth (1917–1987)[1] held several academic posts, including Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University.[2] He is noted for his work on Ideal observer theory and radical empiricism.[3]


  1. ^ NY Times Obituary, 1987
  2. ^ NY Times Obituary, 1987
  3. ^ 1964 Journal of Philosophy 61 (19):545-557.

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