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... predicate can be proved to be evident in a finite number of steps, by his notion of an ’analytical proposition’. For Frege a proposition P is analytical if having as starting formulas laws of logic or definitions we can construct a derivation of P in which P is the derivation’s s last step. The seco ...

... predicate can be proved to be evident in a finite number of steps, by his notion of an ’analytical proposition’. For Frege a proposition P is analytical if having as starting formulas laws of logic or definitions we can construct a derivation of P in which P is the derivation’s s last step. The seco ...

DOC - John Woods

... Arithmetic). Volume II would appear in 1903, and contained a doleful Appendix announcing the paradox that Russell has communicated to him just scant months before. This is the same year, of course, in which Russell’s Principles also appears. It, too, contained an Appendix, indeed two of them. One wa ...

... Arithmetic). Volume II would appear in 1903, and contained a doleful Appendix announcing the paradox that Russell has communicated to him just scant months before. This is the same year, of course, in which Russell’s Principles also appears. It, too, contained an Appendix, indeed two of them. One wa ...

The Significance of "On Denoting"

... to assess the significance of that article precisely because we do take those ideas for granted. I ...

... to assess the significance of that article precisely because we do take those ideas for granted. I ...

frege on identity statements

... his theory of thought and judgement, is the topic of §8. The role of identity statements in the theory of number of Grundgesetze and Basic Law V is the concern of §9, and finally, in §10, we turn to Frege’s ultimate meditation on identity statements, his most famous essay, “On Sense and Reference.” ...

... his theory of thought and judgement, is the topic of §8. The role of identity statements in the theory of number of Grundgesetze and Basic Law V is the concern of §9, and finally, in §10, we turn to Frege’s ultimate meditation on identity statements, his most famous essay, “On Sense and Reference.” ...