Departing From Frege: Essays in the Philosophy of Language

Routledge (2002)

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Mark Sainsbury
University of Texas at Austin
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Frege is now regarded as one of the world's greatest philosophers, and the founder of modern logic. Mark Sainsbury argues that we must depart considerably from Frege's views if we are to work towards an adequate conception of natural language. This is an outstanding contribution to philosophy of language and logic and will be invaluable to all those interested in Frege and the philosophy of language.
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