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Frege

(German ˈfreːɡə)
n
(Biography) Gottlob. 1848–1925, German logician and philosopher, who laid the foundations of modern formal logic and semantics in his Begriffsschrift (1879)
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Two Misconstruals of Frege's Theory of Colouring, THORSTEN SANDER
Their topics are meaning in linguistics; meaning, intentionality, and communication; (Frege on) sense and reference; reference: foundational issues; meaning in language use; compositionality; lexical decomposition: foundational issues; meaning in pre-19th-century thought; the emergence of linguistic semantics in the 19th and early 20th centuries; the influence of logic on semantics; formal semantics and representationalism; varieties of semantic evidence; methods in cross-linguistic semantics; formal methods in semantics; and applying experimental methods in semantics.
Frege on the Notions of Number, Concept and Extension
Logic had been purloined by Frege; the part of experience eventually labelled "authentic" by Heidegger had been reserved for a new, phenomenological, branch of philosophy; worse still, Peirce successfully created a new discipline of semiotics.
In this paper I argue that their solution of Frege's Identity Puzzle (Frege 1892) is implausible, because Originalism fails to explain the difference in cognitive significance which Frege took to be the puzzling explanandum.
FREGE (1892) INTRODUCE EN la semantica el concepto 'sentido', junto con el de 'referencia, como uno de los conceptos esenciales para aclarar el significado de toda expresion linguistica.