Collected Papers on Mathematics, Logic, and Philosophy
Wiley, 8 gen 1991 - 422 pagine
A magnificent collection of work by the father of analytical philosophy
Gottlob Frege is widely considered one of the most influential minds in the history of philosophy, having spent a lifetime delving into the nuances of language and mathematics. Widely published on logic, analysis, geometry, and arithmetic, which he regarded as the purest form of thought, Frege's analytic approach to philosophy set the stage for the field's eventual linguistic turn. Collected Paper on Mathematics, Logic, and Philosophy is a compilation of his collected works across fields, allowing readers to share in his evolution of thought and catch a glimpse of a legendary mind at work.