## Translations from the Philosophical Writings of Gottlob Frege |

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User Review - Paul Hampson - GoodreadsEssential reading for anyone interested in the 'linguistic turn', or in philosophical logic. Contains the key papers 'Sense and Reference' 'Function and Concept' and 'Concept and Object', as well as 'Negation', and other selections. Read full review

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### Contents

Function and Concept Translated by P T Geach | 21 |

On Concept and Object Translated by P T Geach | 42 |

On Sense and Reference Translated by Max Black | 56 |

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according Accordingly affirmed answer argument Arithmetik assertion assertoric Begriff Begriffsschrift belong calculating game chess chess pieces coincide complete connexion consists construction contains content-stroke contradiction copula corresponds Dedekind defined denied designate distinction domain domain-calculus equality sign equation expression extension false figure zeros first-level follows formal arithmetic Frege's group of figures Grundgesetze Grundlagen Heine Herr Schroder identical ideography indicate individual inference infinite integers interrogative sentence judging judgment language laws likewise logical manifold mathematicians meaningful arithmetic means metic Moon negation negative numerical figures numerical sequence numerical signs occur planetary orbits possible predicate prime number proof proper name properties proposition quadratic residue question recognize regard relation replaced rules rules of chess second-level function sense Sense and Reference speak square root stands stroke subordinate clause subter subtraction suppose symbol theorems theory thing Thomae Thomae's thought tion true truth value value-range whole words write