Fregean senses, modes of presentation, and concepts

Philosophical Perspectives 15 (s15):335-359 (2001)
of my axiomatic theory of abstract objects.<sup>1</sup> The theory asserts the ex- istence not only of ordinary properties, relations, and propositions, but also of abstract individuals and abstract properties and relations. The
Keywords Concept  Language  Mode  Presentation  Semantics  Sense  Frege
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