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  1. On Frege (Wadsworth Philosophers Series) by Joseph Salerno, 2001-01-08
  2. Frege's Theory of Judgement by David Bell, 1979-01-31
  3. The Interpretation of Frege's Philosophy by Michael Dummett, 1987-04-01
  4. Gottlob Frege: una introduccion (Cuardernos De Logica, Epistemologia Y Lenguaje) (Spanish Edition) by M Stepanians, 2007-09-10
  5. Gottlob Frege: Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, 4 Volume Set (Critical Assessments of Leading Philosphers)
  6. Frege Explained (Ideas Explained) by Joan Weiner, 2004-12-29
  7. Frege (Past Masters) by Joan Weiner, 1999-12-09
  8. Gottlob Frege: una introduccion (Cuardernos De Logica, Epistemologia Y Lenguaje) (Spanish Edition) by M Stepanians, 2007-09-10
  9. Gottlob Frege. by Verena Mayer, 1996-04-01
  10. Gottlob Frege. Une Introduction (Cahiers de Logique et d'Epistemologie) (French Edition) by M Stepanians, 2007-10-17
  11. Gottlob Frege: Kontext-Prinzip und Ontologie (Symposion) (German Edition) by Ulrike Kleemeier, 1997
  12. Frege Synthesized: Essays on the Philosophical and Foundational Work of Gottlob Frege (Synthese Library)
  13. Beurteilbarer Inhalt und Gedanke in der Philosophie Gottlob Freges (Philosophische Texte und Studien) (German Edition) by Hartfried Kaschmieder, 1989
  14. Gottlob Frege zur Einführung by Markus S. Stepanians, 2001

21. Frege, Gottlob : A Companion To Metaphysics : Blackwell Reference Online
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22. Gottlob Frege - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Biography from Wikipedia.
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Gottlob Frege
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Frege Jump to: navigation search Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege Full name Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege Born 8 November 1848
Wismar
Mecklenburg-Schwerin Germany Died 26 July 1925
Bad Kleinen
Mecklenburg-Schwerin Germany
Era 19th century philosophy
20th century philosophy
Region Western Philosophy School Analytic philosophy Main interests Philosophy of mathematics mathematical logic Philosophy of language Notable ideas Principle of compositionality Quantification theory Predicate calculus Logicism ... Sense and reference Influenced by Adolf Trendelenburg Rudolf Hermann Lotze Influenced Giuseppe Peano Bertrand Russell Rudolf Carnap Ludwig Wittgenstein ... Ian Rumfitt , and most of the analytic tradition Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege (8 November 1848 – 26 July 1925) was a German mathematician who became a logician and philosopher . He was one of the founders of modern logic, and made major contributions to the foundations of mathematics. As a philosopher, he is generally considered to be the father of analytic philosophy , for his writings on the philosophy of language and mathematics. Although he was mainly ignored by the intellectual world when he published his writings, it was

23. Frege, Gottlob | Define Frege, Gottlob At Dictionary.com
Computing Dictionary Frege, Gottlob definition Gottlob Frege
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24. FREGE, GOTTLOB. (WOLFGANG KIENZLER HRSG.). Zwei Schriften Zur
FREGE, GOTTLOB. (WOLFGANG KIENZLER HRSG.). Zwei Schriften zur Arithmetik. (1) Function und Begriff. (2) Ueber die Zahlen des Herrn H. Schubert.
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25. Philosophy Professor | Gottlob Frege
About the life and studies of Gottlob Frege.
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Gottlob Frege
Frege was born in Wismar. He started studying at the University of Jena in 1869 and moved to Göttingen after two years, where he received his Ph.D. in 1873. After returning to Jena two years later, he became lecturer of mathematics. In 1879, he was made associate professor and in 1896 became professor of mathematics. He died in Bad Kleinen in 1925.
Major Books of Gottlob Frege
- Begriffsschrift, eine der arithmetischen nachgebildete Formelsprache des reinen Denkens ( Conceptual Notation
- Die Grundlagen der Arithmetik ( The Foundations of Arithmetic
- Die Verneinung (Negation), 1919
- Grundgesetze der Arithmetik ( The Basic Laws of Arithmetic
Major Articles of Gottlob Frege
- 1891, Funktion und Begriff : Vortrag, gehalten in der Sitzung (Function and Concept)
Uber Begriff und Gegenstand
(On Concept and Object), Vierteljahresschrift für wissenschaftliche Philosophie

26. Frege, Gottlob - Definition
Frege, Gottlob definition from the mondofacto online medical dictionary
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27. INFOAMÉRICA | Gottlob Frege
Ensayo sobre la contribuci n de Frege a la l gica matem tica de Nuria Tortolero.
http://www.infoamerica.org/teoria/frege1.htm
document.write(doClock("W0",",%20%20","D0","%20de%20","M0","%20de%20","Y0")); La casa de Frege en Jena. Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege
Jena
y Gotinga Die Grundlagen der Aritmetik Function und Begriff (1892) y Grundgesetze der Aritmetik
, Laia, Barcelona, 1973; , Tecnos, Madrid, 1974; , Ariel, Barcelona, 1984; , Tecnos, Madrid, 1998; , Tecnos, Madrid, 1994.
Wittgenstein
, especialmente en su Tractatus Logico-philosophicus Bertrand Russell LISTA ALFABTICA DE AUTORES RECURSOS EN LA RED
Frege y Peirce: en torno al signo y fundamento por Teresa Bejarano por Emilio Rivano por Numa Tortolero. Frege y la paradoja de Russell. Carta de Russell para Frege. 'Viaje al principio de la mente' por Michael Dummet.

28. Frege, Gottlob : Dictionary Of Cultural And Critical Theory : Blackwell Referenc
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29. El Sentido De Frege Estado Mental De Segundo Orden.
Art culo de Teresa Bejarano subtitulado Replanteamiento pragm tico-cognitivo de algunas cuestiones fregeanas .
http://www.infoamerica.org/documentos_pdf/frege01.pdf

30. Fuga En Frege - Infoam Rica
Art culo de Emilio Rivano sobre las proposiciones singulares como artefactos ling stico-silog sticos de construcci n de verdad en Frege.
http://www.infoamerica.org/documentos_pdf/frege02.pdf

31. Frege Gottlob From FOLDOC
Frege Gottlob semantics, philosophy of language, metaphysics, ethics , epistemology, logic German mathematician and philosopher (18481925) who tried to develop effective ways of
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32. Frege Y Sellars Sobre Verdad Y Percepcin
Art culo de Luc a Lewowicz en Galileo.
http://galileo.fcien.edu.uy/frege_y_sellars.htm
FREGE Y SELLARS; SOBRE VERDAD Y PERCEPCION
Luca LEWOWICZ
Vamos a presentar un anlisis comparativo de dos lecturas no semnticas de la Teora de la Verdad como Correspondencia (en adelante, TVC) una para rechazarla, y la otra para reivindicarla. Lo interesante de estos dos autores es que utilizan el mismo recurso terico para hacer, cada uno, lo suyo. El recurso terico es la percepcin y sus subproductos y los autores son Gottlob Frege en el primer caso, y Roy Wood Sellars en el segundo. Nos restringiremos slo a dos textos, cortos, de ambos: El pensamiento (1918) de Frege y The theory of truth. "True" as contextually implying correspondence , de Roy Wood Sellars (1959). Roy Wood Sellars fue el fundador de la escuela realista crtica estadounidense, naci en Ontario, Canad, en 1880 y falleci en Minesota, USA, en la dcada de los 70 . Fue profesor en la Universidad de Minesota. Ha publicado una profusa bibliografa dentro de la cual se encuentran textos como Principles of emergent realism (1970) - de donde se extrae el que utilizaremos nosotros- Critical Realism (1916) y Evolutionary Naturalism (1922) entre muchos otros. Fue adems, el padre del mejor conocido filsofo Wilfried Sellars aunque esto no constituye necesariamente un mrito, apenas una referencia ms familiar. Los temas de inters de aqul circularon en torno a la teora del conocimiento materialista, el materialismo, la teora de la percepcin y el problema mente-cuerpo donde defini una clara postura emergentista respecto de la mente que se anticipa y mejora

33. Frege, Gottlob From A Dictionary Of Philosophy, Third Edition | BookRags.com
Frege, Gottlob from A Dictionary of Philosophy, Third Edition. Frege, Gottlob summary with 1 pages of research material.
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34. Dos Versiones De Frege
Art culo de Luis Estrada Gonz lez en A parte rei.
http://serbal.pntic.mec.es/~cmunoz11/estrada44.pdf

35. Frege, Gottlob (1848–1925) Summary | BookRags.com
Frege, Gottlob (1848–1925). Frege, Gottlob (1848–1925) summary with 30 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
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36. Frege Summary
Biography from the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Frege.html
Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege
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to see a larger version Frege was one of the founders of modern symbolic logic putting forward the view that mathematics is reducible to logic. Full MacTutor biography [Version for printing] List of References (83 books/articles) Some Quotations Mathematicians born in the same country Show birthplace location Other Web sites
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  • Metaphysics Research Lab Stanford
  • Mathematical Genealogy Project Previous (Chronologically) Next Main Index Previous (Alphabetically) Next Biographies index JOC/EFR November 2002 The URL of this page is:
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    38. Frege, Gottlob | Definition Of Frege, Gottlob | HighBeam.com: Online Dictionary
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    39. Frege Two Theses, Two Senses
    Article by Carlo Penco discusses a vacillation by Frege in his account of the relation between thoughts and sentences. Penco discusses the attempts to resolve this uncertainty by Currie, Dummett and others before advancing his own account.
    http://www.dif.unige.it/epi/hp/penco/pub/2th.htm
    august /98
    Carlo Penco
    penco@unige.it
    Frege: Two Theses, Two Senses
    Second draft - talk given at Vercelli (1995) Rome (1996) and Leeds (1996)
    1. Two Contradictory Claims and a Tension in Frege's "Thought"
    [1] Structurally different sentences can express the same thought.
    [2] The structure of a sentence reflects the structure of the thought it expresses.
    Can the same notion of thought be used to support both claims? I suggest that Frege uses the term "thought" to refer to two different concepts. First, Frege was striving towards the clarification of sense as truth condition (as it has been developed by Wittgenstein and Carnap after him) and, at the same time, he was blocked in isolating that notion clearly because of a stronger conception of sense required by the internal needs of his philosophy. The second conception should take care of the epistemic aspects not explainable by the simpler relation of logical equivalence. I will try to develop this intuitive and traditional line of interpretation,1 against the more sophisticated attempts to make Frege coherent at prices which I think too high to pay.
    2. Some Previous Attempts

    40. Frege, Gottlob
    Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege (November 8, 1848, Wismar – July 26,925, Bad Kleinen) was a German mathematician who became a logician and philosopher.
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    Frege, Gottlob
    From New World Encyclopedia
    (Redirected from Frege Jump to: navigation search Previous (Gottlieb Daimler) Next (Gough Whitlam) Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege (November 8, 1848, Wismar – July 26,925, Bad Kleinen) was a German mathematician who became a logician and philosopher . He helped found both modern mathematical logic and analytic philosophy . Although he remained obscure during his lifetime, especially to English-speaking logicians, mathematicians, and philosophers, he has now come to be regarded as one of the four or so most important logicians in all of human history.
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    Life
    Frege's father was a schoolteacher whose specialty was mathematics. Frege began his studies at the University of Jena in 1869, moving to Göttingen after two years, where he received his Ph.D. in mathematics, in 1873. According to Sluga (1980), the nature of Frege's university education in logic and philosophy is still unclear. In 1875, he returned to Jena as a lecturer. In 1879, he was made associate professor, and in 1896, professor. His children all having died before reaching maturity, he adopted a son in 1905. Frege retired in 1918 and wrote until his death.

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