- n United States philosopher and logician who championed an empirical view of knowledge that depended on language (1908-2001)
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- How The New York Times Got Libertarianism Wrong, Yet Again
It is unfortunate that The New York Times , the most famous of all American newspapers, did not select someone with a better knowledge of libertarianism to write about it. But the article, replete with errors as it is, may do some good. It may bring libertarian ideas to the attention of readers who otherwise might not have encountered them. As Quine once said, “Every knock a boost.”
Nov. 1, 2013 - Ludwig von Mises Institute
- Larry Mavety in London Free Press
We saw him at the OHL Cup and in Tier II (for the Toronto Jr. Canadians in the playoffs). He wasn't 100% but he still didn't look out of place,Mavety said. "The big thing with (Quine) is that he knows the game."
- Lloyd Cole in Boston Globe (registration)
I'd always wanted to work with him,Cole says of Quine, who made his name with Richard Hell & the Voidoids and Lou Reed. "Quine could apply a level of brutality to the music that I hadn't been accustomed to."
- Lou Reed in MSNBC
Robert Quine was a magnificent guitar player - an original and innovative tyro of the vintage beast,Reed said in a statement released to Billboard.com.