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By Juliet Floyd, Sanford Shieh
Книга destiny Pasts: The Analytic culture in Twentieth-Century Philosophy destiny Pasts: The Analytic culture in Twentieth-Century PhilosophyКниги English литература Автор: Juliet Floyd, Sanford Shieh Год издания: 2001 Формат: pdf Издат.:Oxford collage Press Страниц: 480 Размер: 27 ISBN: 019513916X Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Review"[Future Pasts is] to be hugely counseled to a person drawn to realizing what our nice 'contemporaries' relatively notion, and to realizing how their suggestion fails to slot into a few of the cubicles which we've got develop into accustomed to."--Philosophy Product DescriptionThis choice of formerly unpublished essays offers a brand new method of the background of analytic philosophy--one that doesn't imagine on the outset a common characterization of the distinguishing components of the analytic culture. Drawing jointly a venerable staff of members, together with John Rawls and Hilary Putnam, this quantity explores the historic contexts within which analytic philosophers have labored, revealing a number of discontinuities and misunderstandings in addition to a posh interplay among technology and philosophical mirrored image.
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Moreover, Frege argued vigorously against any notion of abstraction as needed to get from particulars to general notions. 27 Indeed, elimination of any role for abstraction is central not just to Frege's antipsychologism, but also to his anti-Kantianism. To eliminate abstraction is to eliminate the question, How do we attain the general? Frege replaces it with the question of the relation between the (already given) general and the particular, a question to be answered by logic. This leads us to the second reason Frege has for discarding talk of the forms of judgment.
According to Hylton, more is at issue between the two, namely, their differing conceptions of what counts as a philosophical explanation. In his contribution to this volume, Quine confirms that the roots of his view go as far back as the 1930s. Quine reflects on his philosophical development, treating the steadfastness of his faith in extensionalism over the last seventy years as a unifying principle of his whole philosophy. Quine calls two sentences coextensive if they are both true or both false, two general terms or predicates coextensive if they are true of just the same objects, and two singular terms coextensive if they designate the same object.
20. : MIT Press, 1960). 21. : Harvard University Press, 1982). 22. : Harvard University Press, 1984). 23. Stanley Cavell, The Claim of Reason (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979). 24. P. M. S. " in The Story of Analytic Philosophy: Plots and Heroes ed. A. Biletzki and A. Matar, (London: Routledge, 1998), see especially pp. 25 and 29. Compare Hacker's Wittgenstein's Place in Twentieth-Century Analytic Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996). 25. : Princeton University Press, 1995), p. 282. An excellent introduction to nonstandard analysis is given by Martin Davis and Ruben Hersh in Scientific American, July 1972.