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Davidson, Donald Herbert

Born: 1917 AD
Died: 2003 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Philosophers

1917 – Born in Springfield, Massachusetts on the 6th of March to Clarence Herbert Davidson and Grace Cordelia Anthony.


1963 – His most noted work began with an essay, "Actions, Reasons, and Causes"


1967 – Davidson published "Truth and Meaning"


1981-2003 – Served as Slusser Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley.


Serve as president of both the Eastern and Western Divisions of the American Philosophical Association.


1995 – He was awarded the Jean Nicod Prize.


2003 – Donald Herbert Davidson died on 30th of August.


Coined expressions to express complex ideas like "triangulation" and "anomalous monism".