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Thu Oct 16 18:00:17 2014 UTClccn-n791179960.39Essays on Frege's conception of truth0.590.88Frege's lectures on logic : Carnap's student notes, 1910-1914 /51689723Gottlob_Fregen 79117996349689Frege, Friederich Gottlob 1848-1925Frege, Friedrich GottlobFrege, Friedrich Gottlob 1848-1925Frege, Friedrich L. 1848-1925Frege, Friedrich Ludwig GottlobFrege, Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob 1848-1925Frege, Fryderyk Ludwik Gottlob.Frege, G.Frege, G. 1848-1925Frege, G. (Gottlob), 1848-1925Frege, Gotlob 1848-1925Frege, GottlobFu-lei-ko 1848-1925Фреге, Готлоб 1848-1925Фреге, Готтлоб 1848-1925פרגה, גוטלוב 1848-1925フレーゲ, Glccn-n79056054Russell, Bertrand1872-1970dtelccn-n79032058Wittgenstein, Ludwig1889-1951lccn-n80045144Dummett, Michael1925-2011lccn-n79021614Kant, Immanuel1724-1804lccn-n79145630Geach, P. T.(Peter Thomas)1916-2013othedtcrelccn-n80161483Sluga, Hans D.edtlccn-n79106092Husserl, Edmund1859-1938lccn-n00091009Makin, Gideon1954-lccn-n50034850Hilbert, David1862-1943lccn-n82253194Tiles, MaryFrege, Gottlob1848-1925Frege, Gottlob,Logic, Symbolic and mathematicalAnalysis (Philosophy)Mathematics--PhilosophyRussell, Bertrand,LogicWittgenstein, Ludwig,Number conceptArithmetic--FoundationsKant, Immanuel,Meaning (Philosophy)Philosophy of mindRealismHilbert, David,MathematicsPhilosophyEthics, ModernSemanticsLanguage and languages--PhilosophyTruthAristotleThomas,--Aquinas, Saint,Philosophy, GermanPhilosophy, ModernTimeOntologyGod (Christianity)Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Geometry--FoundationsNegation (Logic)Thought and thinkingSense (Philosophy)Definition (Philosophy)LinguisticsSemantics (Philosophy)Mathematical analysis--FoundationsArithmeticLanguage and languagesGeometryNumber theoryKnowledge, Theory ofReligion18481925187318741879188018841885188918911892189318941895189618991903190619141915193219341937194019411943194719481950195219531954195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014583206082011193B3245.F24ocn830687600ocn247821599ocn310903392ocn553644600ocn444621829ocn441679453ocn439432679ocn718832474ocn8081142931483110ocn000000650book19500.63Frege, GottlobThe foundations of arithmetic; a logico-mathematical enquiry into the concept of number+-+6051565635123952ocn006177752book19520.70Frege, GottlobTranslations from the philosophical writings of Gottlob Frege87828ocn000369081book19640.59Frege, GottlobThe basic laws of arithmetic; exposition of the system59712ocn003338787book19770.66Frege, GottlobLogical investigations56715ocn004774501book19790.70Frege, GottlobPosthumous writings4969ocn000476176book19710.70Frege, GottlobOn the foundations of geometry and formal theories of arithmetic46889ocn000338837book18840.79Frege, GottlobDie Grundlagen der Arithmetik+-+507935506832446564ocn004891157book19620.74Frege, GottlobFunktion, Begriff, Bedeutung; fünf logische StudienHauptbeschreibung Als diese fünf Aufsätze Gottlob Freges 1962 in der Kleinen Vandenhoeck-Reihe erstmals erschienen, war Gottlob Frege noch weithin unbekannt. Damals bedurfte es noch einer ausführlichen Begründung der Bedeutung Freges für die Gegenwartsphilosophie. Heute sind seine Schriften zu Klassikern geworden, die für kühne Thesen mit vorbildlicher Klarheit argumentieren. Der Band enthält die Texte Funktion und Begriff; Über Sinn und Bedeutung; Über Begriff und Gegenstand; Was ist eine Funktion? sowie Über die wissenschaftliche Berechtigung einer Begriffsschrift. Ein ausführlich41712ocn010923782book19840.74Frege, GottlobCollected papers on mathematics, logic, and philosophy40656ocn006851287book19640.74Frege, GottlobBegriffsschrift und andere Aufsätze39010ocn035784618book19970.66Frege, GottlobThe Frege readerThis is the first single-volume edition and translation of Frege's philosophical writings to include his seminal papers as well as substantial selections from all three of his major works. It is intended to provide the essential primary texts for students of logic, metaphysics and the philosophy of language. The editor's introduction provides an overview of the development and significance of Frege's philosophy, highlighting some of the main issues of interpretation. Footnotes, appendices and other editorial material have been supplied to facilitate understanding of the works of one of the central figures in modern philosophy+-+709946681536969ocn000883643book18930.82Frege, GottlobGrundgesetze der Arithmetik; begriffsschriftlich abgeleitet+-+733103243832436832ocn002636614book19630.74Frege, GottlobLogische Untersuchungen31228ocn001648123book19670.82Frege, GottlobKleine Schriften30931ocn001033986book19710.74Frege, GottlobSchriften zur Logik und Sprachphilosophie24424ocn001412656book19690.86Frege, GottlobNachgelassene Schriften und Wissenschaftlicher Briefwechsel19411ocn397264369book19710.66Frege, GottlobÉcrits logiques et philosophiques1844ocn055729832book20040.88Frege, GottlobFrege's lectures on logic : Carnap's student notes, 1910-1914+-+980041763513416ocn708320171book19690.56Frege, GottlobLes fondements de l'arithmétique recherche logico-mathématique sur le concept de nombre11124ocn004229611book19710.56Frege, GottlobEstudios sobre semántica17127ocn649831563file19800.50Sluga, Hans DGottlob Frege+-+592857069514605ocn052111256file20000.47Makin, GideonThe metaphysicians of meaning Russell and Frege on sense and denotation"Bertrand Russell and Gottlob Frege are universally acknowledged as the founding fathers of Analytic Philosophy. Russell's essay 'On Denoting' and Frege's 'On Sense and Reference' propose theories which are arguably their authors' most remarkable contributions to philosophy. Both remain at the forefront of contemporary discussion in philosophy of language and philosophical logic." "The Metaphysicians of Meaning takes a fresh look at these two seminal essays, challenging much of the accepted understanding of them. It forces us to reconsider their author's grounds for advancing them which, as Gideon Makin argues, have been generally misunderstood. Why did Russell and Frege abandon their former theories? What, in their views at the time, were the theoretical alternatives and reasons for adopting these new solutions? Even when these questions have been clearly distinguished they have received only partial answers." "The Metaphysicians of Meaning presents new insights into Russell and Frege and offers a new comparative discussion of their work. It will be essential reading for all students of philosophy of language and logic."--Jacket+-+307797069513566ocn070763808file19910.50Tiles, MaryMathematics and the image of reasonA thorough account of the philosophy of mathematics. In a cogent account the author argues against the view that mathematics is solely logic+-+2368850695121913ocn002722388book19730.63Dummett, MichaelFrege12175ocn432674778file20050.53Macbeth, DanielleFrege's logic"For many philosophers, modern philosophy begins in 1879 with the publication of Gottlob Frege's Begriffsschrift, in which Frege presents the first truly modern logic in his symbolic language, Begriffsschrift, or concept-script. Danielle Macbeth's book, the first full-length study of this language, offers a new reading of Frege's logic based directly on Frege's own two-dimensional notation and his various writings about logic."+-+725265921511773ocn042854102file19950.50Diamond, CoraThe realistic spirit Wittgenstein, philosophy, and the mindCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+192590717511296ocn319492467file20060.50Rosado Haddock, Guillermo EA critical introduction to the philosophy of Gottlob FregeGottlob Frege is one of the greatest logicians ever and also a philosopher of great significance. More than just an introduction to Frege's philosophy, this book is also a critical and mature assessment of it as a whole in which the limitations, confusions and other weaknesses of Frege's thought are closely examined+-+5629019025110912ocn219736589file20070.53Horty, John FrancisFrege on definitions a case study of semantic contentIn this short monograph, John Horty explores the difficulties presented for Gottlob Frege's semantic theory, as well as its modern descendents, by the treatment of defined expressions+-+K62782446510555ocn182846035file20070.39Greimann, DirkEssays on Frege's conception of truthCriticism, interpretation, etcIn his writings on the foundations of logic, Gottlob Frege, the father of modern logic, sketched a conception of truth that focuses on the following questions: What is the sense of the word ?true?? Is truth a definable concept or a primitive one? What are the kinds of things of which truth is predicated? What is the role of the concept of truth in judgment, assertion and recognition? What is the logical category of truth? What is the significance of the concept of truth for science in general and for logic in particular?The present volume is dedicated to the interpretation, reconstruction and critical assessment of Frege?s conception of truth. It is of interest to all those working on Frege, the history of logic and semantics, or theories of truth. The volume brings together nine original papers whose authors are all widely known to Frege scholars. The main topics are: the role of the concept of truth in Frege?s system, the nature of the truth-values, the logical category of truth, the relationship between truth and judgment, and the conception of the truth-bearers. Dirk Greimann received his doctorate from the University of Munich and is now Professor of Philosophy at the Federal University of Santa Maria in Brazil. His areas of specialization are the philosophy of language and logic, ontology, and the history of Analytic Philosophy, especially Frege, Tarski and Quine. He has extensively published in these areas and is currently working on a book dealing with the relationship between truth and assertoric force+-+8106757954324104610ocn000368400book19610.59Anscombe, G. E. MThree philosophersCriticism, interpretation, etcGottlob Frege. - S. 131-162+-+85852568158856ocn746853244file20070.47Reed, DelbertOrigins of analytic philosophy Kant and Frege"Analytic philosophy has been the dominant philosophical perspective in the English-speaking world in the second half of the twentieth century. Grounded in the logical advances of Gottlob Frege and Bertrand Russell, analytic philosophy is characterized by logical precision, technical sophistication and expositional clarity. Recent work in the history of early analytic philosophy has shown that in a large part it developed in reaction against the critical thought of the great German philosopher Immanuel Kant. While the relationship between Kant and other major figures in early analytic philosophy - such as Russell, G. E. Moore and Rudolf Carnap - has been the subject of full length studies, no such work yet exists on the relationship between Kant and Frege." "The Origins of Analytic Philosophy: Kant and Frege addresses this gap in our understanding of the origins of early analytic philosophy. Its concern is to chart the nature and significance of Frege's break with Kant over the question of whether arithmetic is a synthetic a priori or an analytic a priori science. In rejecting Kant's claim that arithmetic is an a priori synthetic science, Frege returns to a conception of the scope and power of pure reason that shows important similarities to the philosophical outlook of Kant's great predecessor and philosophical opponent Gottfried Leibniz. Here Delbert Reed shows how, in his attempts to establish the foundations of arithmetic on analytic principles, Frege developed many of the tools, concerns and problems that would dominate the development of analytic philosophy in the twentieth century. As such, this book makes a crucial contribution to the study of the history of early analytic philosophy."--BOOK JACKET+-+32884917358354ocn794003568file20120.56Parsons, CharlesFrom Kant to Husserl selected essaysMain description: In From Kant to Husserl, Charles Parsons examines a wide range of historical opinion on philosophical questions, from mathematics to phenomenology. Amplifying his early ideas on Kant's philosophy of arithmetic, Parsons uses Kant's lectures on metaphysics to explore how his arithmetical concepts relate to the categories. He then turns to early reactions by two immediate successors of Kant, Johann Schultz and Bernard Bolzano, to shed light on disputed questions regarding interpretation of Kant's philosophy of mathematics. Interested, as well, in what Kant meant by 0pure natural science,0 Parsons considers the relationship between the first Critique and the Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science. His commentary on Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic departs from mathematics to engage the vexed question of what it tells about the meaning of Kant's transcendental idealism.Proceeding on to phenomenology, Parsons examines Frege's evolving idea of extensions, his attitude toward set theory, and his correspondence, particularly exchanges with Russell and Husserl. An essay on Brentano brings out, in the case of judgment, an alternative to the now standard Fregean view of negation, and, on truth, alternatives to the traditional correspondence view that are still discussed today. Ending with the question of why Husserl did not take the 0linguistic turn,0 a final essay included here marks the only article-length discussion of Husserl Parsons has ever written, despite a long-standing engagement with this philosopher8214ocn003275362book19780.59Dummett, MichaelTruth and other enigmasA collection of all but two of the author's philosophical essays and lectures originally published or presented before August 1976+-+61256492157987ocn682628036file20100.47Hansen, Stig BørsenThe existence of God an exposition and application of Fregean meta-ontologyMain description: This study breaks new ground on the question of the existence of God. It innovatively combines biblical scholarship with an analysis of existence drawn from the writings of the philosopher Gottlob Frege. It shows that the strength of Frege's approach is its emphasis on the notions of proper name and predicate; this in turn sheds new light on important elements of theological language. Finally, the Fregean approach in this book is defended against objections drawn from readings of Ludwig Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus+-+80809756687507ocn021975430book19910.66Dummett, MichaelFrege and other philosophersThis book deals with Frege's philosophy by comparing and contrasting his views with those of other philosophers, mostly contemporary with him+-+K3718734657349ocn059104804file20040.53Mendelsohn, Richard LThe philosophy of Gottlob Frege"This book is an analysis of Frege's views on language and metaphysics raised in "On Sense and Reference," arguably one of the most important philosophical essays of the past hundred years. It provides a thorough introduction to the function/argument analysis and applies Frege's technique to the central notions of predication, identity, existence, and truth. Of particular interest is the analysis of the Paradox of Identity and a discussion of three solutions: the little-known Begriffsschrift solution, the sense/reference solution, and Russell's "On Denoting" solution." "This book will be of interest to students and professionals in philosophy and linguistics."--Jacket+-+24118367056974ocn000372135book19650.63Walker, Jeremy D. BA study of Frege6948ocn044676024book20010.63Reck, Erich HFrom Frege to Wittgenstein : perspectives on early analytic philosophyConference proceedingsThe fifteen previously unpublished essays on analytic philosophy in this collection explore different facets of the period between 1880 and 1930, with an emphasis on the vital intellectual relationship between Frege and Wittgenstein+-+41788604656016ocn000440308book19680.63Klemke, E. DEssays on Frege6003ocn000384938book19660.63Sternfeld, RobertFrege's logical theory+-+7099466815+-+7099466815Thu Oct 16 16:04:34 EDT 2014batch55103