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Ryle

(rīl),
John A., English physician, 1889-1950. See: Ryle tube.
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Much of the credit for developing this argument should go to Gilbert Ryle who published a hugely influential book entitled The Concept of Mind but who, for disinterested political reasons, refrained from developing his argument further in print at that time.
His philosophical views can be traced most clearly to the influence of his Oxford teacher, philosopher Gilbert Ryle.
Thus, the essential error of some readers "fooled" by AnimalFarm has been what Gilbert Ryle termed a "category mistake": they mistake its genre.
A modern British philosopher, Gilbert Ryle, has called the soul "the ghost in the machine.
Gilbert Ryle put in place most of the terms that have so far been distinctive of that debate when he argued for knowledge-how's conceptual distinctness from knowledge-that.
Each of these classic articles, by such logicians as Lewis Carroll and Gilbert Ryle, is brief yet substantial and is accompanied by intellectual cues and discussion questions from the editors.