Frege Synthesized: Essays on the Philosophical and Foundational Work of Gottlob Frege
cake, even though it is typically given the pride of place in expositions in Frege's semantics. As a part of this attempted reversal of emphasis, Jaakko Hintikka has also called attention to the role Frege played in convincing almost everyone that verbs for being had to be treated as multiply ambiguous between the "is" of identity, the "is" of predication, the "is" of existence, and the "is" of class-inclusion - a view that had been embraced by few major figures (if any) before Frege, with the exception of John Stuart Mill and Augustus De Morgan. Hintikka has gone on to challenge this ambiguity thesis. At the same time, Frege's role in the genesis of another major twentieth-century philosophical movement, the phenomenological one, has become an important issue. Even the translation of Frege's key term "Bedeutung" as "reference" has become controversial. The interpretation of Frege is thus thrown largely back in the melting pot. In editing this volume, we have not tried to publish the last word on Frege. Even though we may harbor such ambitions ourselves, they are not what has led to the present editorial enterprise. What we have tried to do is to bring together some of the best ongoing work on Frege. Even though the ultimate judgment on our success lies with out readers, we want to register our satisfaction with all the contributions.
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PUTTING FREGE IN PERSPECTIVE
SEMANTICS AND EPISTEMOLOGY
FREGE AND VAGUENESS
SEMANTIC CONTENT AND COGNITIVE SENSE
FREGES METAPHYSICS OF JUDGMENT
FREGE ON TRUTH
FREGE ON EXISTENCE
FREGES PROOF OF REFERENTIALITY
abstract AHST analysis applied apriority argues arithmetic assertion axioms Basic Laws Bedeutung Begriffsschrift claim concept-correlates construction context principle correlation corresponding courses of values Dedekind defined definition denotation determined discussion distinction doctrine Dummett epistemology existence expressions extensions of concepts form of logicism formal Foundations Frege's conception Frege's view Fregean geometry given Gottlob Frege Grundgesetze Grundlagen Hintikka identified identity statements individuals inference interpretation intuition judgment Kant Kant's Kantian language laws of logic level concepts logical objects logical theory magnitude field mathematical knowledge means Michael Dummett natural numbers nominalized predicates ontological permutation argument philosophical philosophy of mathematics predicate logic primitive priori knowledge proof proper names properties quantifier question real numbers reconstruction referential regard relation role Russell Russell's paradox Section semantic content sense and reference sentences set theory singular terms Sluga stipulation theorems thesis thought tion true truth values University value-range variables words