Once Moore Unto the Breach! Frege and the Concept ‘Horse’ Paradox

Philosophical Topics 43 (1-2):113-124 (2015)

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In this essay, I respond to A. W. Moore’s instructive chapter on Frege. I respond by asking various questions, and I question particularly Moore’s claim that Frege, in reacting to Benno Kerry, falls into Hegelian excess. I toy with responding to my question by regarding Frege as anticipating a Wittgensteinian-Heideggerian exaction. It remains unclear whether this constitutes progress.

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Kelly Jolley
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