By Gregory Landini,Michael Beaney

A new approach to analyzing Frege's notations that clings to the trendy view that phrases and well-formed formulation are any disjoint syntactic different types. in this new process, we will be able to finally learn Frege's notations of their unique shape revealing striking new ideas to some of the striking difficulties of analyzing his philosophy.

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