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Frege''''s Conception of Numbers as Objects

Frege''''s Conception of Numbers as Objects,C. Wright

Frege''''s Conception of Numbers as Objects   (Citations: 87)
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Published in 1983.
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    • ...the concept of cardinal number (Wright 1983, Sect...
    • ...In his discussion of Paul Benacerraf’s argument for the view that since rival settheoretic constructions of the number series can equally well serve as an explanation of arithmetic and its applications, numbers cannot be identified with any sets, or indeed with any objects, Wright (1983, p. 125) responded that the supposed defect of numerical singular terms, namely that it is impossible to determine which sets, if any, they denote, is ...

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    • ...Crispin Wright ([22], [23]) and other neologicists 6 hold the highly controversial thesis that (HP) counts...

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    • ...Contemporary discussions of Frege include Geach [11], Resnik [20], Wright [24], Dummett [8], and Burgess [7]...

    Andrew D. Irvine. Frege on Number Properties

    • ...Abstraction Principles (APs), initially used by Frege [4, 5, 6], are recently being reintroduced into foundational studies within a fairly new approach called neologicism [16, 17, 7]. APs are expressions of the form: ‘f (σ )= f (τ ) ≡ σRτ’, where R is an equivalence relation and f is a newly introduced operator (σ and τ can be first- or higher-order variables)...
    • ...13 [2] makes this assumption with respect to open formulas...

    Rafal Urbaniak. Neologicist Nominalism

    • ...3 For discussion, see Wright, 1983; Boolos, 1998; and the essays in Demopolous, 1994...

    PAUL PIETROSKIet al. The Meaning of ‘Most’: Semantics, Numerosity and Psychology

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