The Donald Davidson Papers, 1935-2003, consist of the correspondence, course notes, writings, professional and administrative
records, and research files of Donald Davidson, a world-renowned philosopher who served as a faculty member in the Department
of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley from 1981-2003.
Donald Herbert Davidson, born in Springfield, Massachusetts on March 6, 1917, held the position of Willis S. and Marion Slusser
Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley from 1981-2003. Working primarily in the fields of ethics,
epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of language, he is widely regarded as one of the most profound and influential
American philosophers of his generation. A prolific writer and lecturer, Davidson published over 35 articles and essay compilations
in his lifetime. He also contributed to the profession through his editorial stewardship of at least 12 premier academic journals.
Number of containers: 15 cartons and 5 boxes
Linear feet: 20.75
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