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Title Mind, meaning, and mathematics : essays on the philosophical views of Husserl and Frege / edited by Leila Haaparanta
Imprint Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1994
book jacket
 Mathematics Library  B3279.H94 M46 1994    AVAILABLE    30340200331266
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  193 H964ha 1994    AVAILABLE    30500100951154
Descript xii, 278 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Series Synthese library ; v. 237
Synthese library ; v. 237
Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Husserl and Frege: A Contribution to Elucidating the Origins of Phenomenological Philosophy / Dagfinn Follesdal -- The Criticism of Husserl's Arguments against Psychologism in German Philosophy 1901-1920 / Martin Kusch -- The Philosophy of Arithmetic: Frege and Husserl / Richard Tieszen -- Husserl and Frege on Substitutivity / Claire Ortiz Hill -- Husserl's 'Logic of Truth' / J.N. Mohanty -- Husserl's Theory of Meaning and Reference / Barry Smith -- Reference, Experience, and Intentionality / David Bell -- Intentionality, Intuition and the Computational Theory of Mind / Leila Haaparanta -- The Integrity of the Mental Act: Husserlian Reflections on a Fregian Problem / Dallas Willard
At the turn of the century, Gottlob Frege and Edmund Husserl both participated in the discussion concerning the foundations of logic and mathematics. Since the 1960s, comparisons have been made between Frege's semantic views and Husserl's theory of intentional acts. In quite recent years, new approaches to the two philosophers' views have appeared. This collection of articles opens with the first English translation of Dagfinn Follesdal's early classic on Husserl and Frege of 1958
The book brings together a number of new contributions by well-known authors and gives a survey of recent developments in the field. It shows that Husserl's thought is coming to occupy a central role in the philosophy of logic and mathematics, as well as in the philosophy of mind and cognitive science. The work is primarily meant for philosophers, especially for those working on the problems of language, logic, mathematics, and mind. It can also be used as a textbook in advanced courses in philosophy
Subject Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938
Frege, Gottlob, 1848-1925
Mathematics Philosophy
Alt Author Haaparanta, Leila, 1954-
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