Carnap and Frege on ontology
|Abstract||On several occasions Carnap acknowledged Frege’s inﬂuence on his work. However, one area where he believed that Frege had got it all wrong was ontology. In this paper I examine to what extent Frege’s realist ontology is in conﬂict with Carnap’s principle of tolerance.|
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