Anotações acerca de Symbolic Knowledge from Leibniz to Husserl [Book Review]

Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofia (2):239-251 (2015)
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This note presents an analysis of Symbolic Knowledge from Leibniz to Husserl, a collection of works from some members of The Southern Cone Group for the Philosophy of Formal Sciences. The volume delineates an outlook of the philosophical treatments presented by Leibniz, Kant, Frege, and the Booleans, as well as by Husserl, of some questions related to the conceptual singularities of symbolic knowledge –whose standard we find in the arts of algebra and arithmetic. The book’s unity of themes and (at least in part) style is examined with the aim of showing the articulation of its parts.



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