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by Ray Monk,Anthony Palmer

  • Author: Ray Monk,Anthony Palmer
  • ISBN: 1855064766
  • ISBN13: 978-1855064768
  • ePub: 1133 kb | FB2: 1212 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Publisher: Thoemmes Pr; 62 edition (July 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 400
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Bertrand Russell and the Origins of Analytical Philosophy ePub download

'The chief thesis I have to maintain,'' Bertrand Russell once wrote, ''is the legitimacy of analysis.

'The chief thesis I have to maintain,'' Bertrand Russell once wrote, ''is the legitimacy of analysis. His reputation as the founder of the analytic tradition, secure for many decades, has come under some attack recently from the emphasis placed by Michael Dummett and others on the role played by Gottlob Frege. It includes both general discussions of the nature of analytical philosophy and minutely detailed analyses of Russell's own arguments, and covers the whole range of Russell's famously varied output. Contributors include Nicholas Griffin, Peter Hylton, A. C. Grayling, C. M. Kilmister, and others.

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Gregory Lavers recevied his P. in philosophy from the University of Western Ontario in 2004. His thesis concerns Carnap's philosophy of mathematics on which he has published papers

Gregory Lavers recevied his P. His thesis concerns Carnap's philosophy of mathematics on which he has published papers. He is currently taking up a position at Concordia University.

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Analytic philosophy (sometimes analytical philosophy) is a style of philosophy that became dominant in the Western world at the beginning of the 20th century. The term can refer to one of several things: As a philosophical practice, it is characterized by an emphasis on argumentative clarity and precision, often making use of formal logic, conceptual analysis, and, to a lesser degree, mathematics and the natural sciences.

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"The chief thesis I have to maintain," Bertrand Russell once wrote, "is the legitimacy of analysis." His reputation as the founder of the analytic tradition, secure for many decades, has come under some attack recently from the emphasis placed by Michael Dummett and others on the role played by Gottlob Frege.

This collection of new essays from distinguished philosophers and Russell scholars explores Russell's own unique and enduringly important contribution to shaping the concerns and the methods of contemporary analytical philosophers. It includes both general discussions of the nature of analytical philosophy and minutely detailed analyses of Russell's own arguments, and covers the whole range of Russell's famously varied output. Contributors include Nicholas Griffin, Peter Hylton , A. C. Grayling, C. M. Kilmister, and others.