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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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Cora Diamond in the present book admirably recreates a period of philosophy in the last quarter of the twentieth century by focusing on the dialogue that took place in British analytic circles, a dialogue that included participants such as Bertrand Russell, Gottlob Frege, and P.
His effort visible in his books and studies, like that of thinkers who systematically called on the logic derived from Gottlob Frege's thought, constitutes a valid argument that eliminates any discussion on the death of philosophy.
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It covers various topics and themes: the historical and philosophical background in the thought of Plato, Descartes, George Berkeley, Gottlob Frege, and Bertrand Russell; Wittgenstein's ideas on how thought and will represent reality; his critique of the picture of an oinner processo and the role of behavior and context in thought and will; his ideas about the first person; and his legacy and reactions to his ideas in the philosophies of Elizabeth Anscombe and Donald Davidson.
XIX Gottlob Frege postula la totalidad de la tesis logicista, pero esta solo se dara a conocer a traves de su maximo representante: Bertrand Russell.
En la conceptualization de Gottlob Frege, la extension sirve para valorar la verdad de las proposiciones, mientras que la intension (no intencion) transmite contenidos de opinion, de saber, de obligacion, pero no de verdad.