The Early Life Of Russell's Notion Of A Propositional Function

In this paper I describe the birth of Russell’s notion of a propositional function on 3 May 1902 and its immediate context and implications. In particular, I consider its significance in relation to the development of his views on analysis
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DOI 10.4148/biyclc.v4i0.125
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