While Hilary Putnam's work on theories of meaning, semantic content, the nature of mental phenomena, interpretations of quantum mechanics, theory-change, logic, and mathematics is crucial to recent and future developments in philosophy, the scope and volume of his writings and his radical re-thinking of concepts make it challenging to portray his philosophy accurately.
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