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Frege: A Critical Introduction (Key Contemporary Thinkers) by Harold W. Noonan

By Harold W. Noonan

This new publication deals a complete and available creation to Frege's notable philosophical paintings, interpreting the most components of his writings and demonstrating the connections among them.

Frege's major contribution to philosophy spans philosophical common sense, the idea of that means, mathematical good judgment and the philosophy of arithmetic. The booklet basically explains and assesses Frege's paintings in those parts, systematically analyzing his significant ideas, and revealing the hyperlinks among them. The emphasis is on Frege's hugely influential paintings in philosophical good judgment and the idea of which means, together with the beneficial properties of his common sense, his conceptions of item, proposal and serve as, and his seminal contrast among experience and reference.

Frege might be necessary for college students of the philosophy of language, philosophical common sense, and analytic philosophy.

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