G.F. Stout and the Psychological Origins of Analytic Philosophy

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Springer, Jul 30, 2013 - Philosophy - 184 pages
An investigatation of the influence of psychology and early phenomenology on the origins of analytic philosophy. This book is also of value for those interested in judgement, proposition, psychologism, logical realism, the problem of error, Gestalt theories, and tropes.
 

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Contents

Series Editors Foreword
1
From Descriptive Psychology to Analytic Philosophy 18881899 1 Analytic psychology
between BradleyMoore and Russell 3 Psychologism and theProblem of Error 18991907
Judgement Propositional Attitudesand the Proposition 1908
Tropes and Predication
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
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Maria Van Der Schaar is a lecturer at the Institute for Philosophy, Leiden University, The Netherlands. Her work regards the philosophy and history of logic with a special interest in the theory of judgement and assertion. She is the editor of Judgement and the Epistemic Foundation of Logic.

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