From the reviews:
"The author has given us the needed scholarly reference work on Goodman. Goodman sought to replace psychology with semantics, and showed us how far we could travel in that direction. The trip was admirably designed and guided by his genius. In end, it was genius, and not the lack of it, that showed us that the philosophy of language and languages of art will lead us back to the hardest questions in the philosophy of mind."
Keith Lehrer, Regents Professor of Philosophy, The University of Arizona
“The central aim of Shottenkirk’s book is then to present the different aspects but also the consistency and unity of Goodman’s philosophy … . Shottenkirk’s book is … a fine piece of Goodman scholarship, highlighting the philosopher’s genius through a comprehensive, thorough and lucid analysis of his work. It will be valuable to the student but also the philosopher who wants to gain a good overview of Goodman’s philosophy as well as grasp the numerous intricate links between the different aspects of his thought.” (Katerina Bantinaki, Metascience, Vol. 20, 2011)