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Fran Saurí
Universitat de Valencia
  1. La forma de los entes matemáticos en The Principles of Mathematics de Bertrand Russell.Francisco Sauri - 2011 - Quaderns De Filosofia I Ciència 41:99-113.
    The critic against subject-predicate propositions is a Russell’s feature. See for example A Critical Exposition of the Philosophy of Leibniz. However, in The Principles of Mathematics Russell goes back to the subject-predicate form but in the context of his contribuition to the development of Modern Logic and his philosophy of mathematics.
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  2. La ontología de la proposición en el Russell de "The Principles of Mathematics" y los artículos de Meinong.Francisco Sauri - 2005 - Quaderns De Filosofia I Ciència 35:45-64.
    Bertrand Russell, in The Principles of Mathematicsand “Meinong’s Theory of Complexes and Assumptions”, maintains a unitary conception of the ontology of propositions. He makes a difference between judgment and proposition. Propositions are independent entities and they have different presentations. False propositions subsist; this is related to the relation in the proposition called “affirmation” and the double condition of predicates . But that conception has bad consequences for the unity and identity of proposition.
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  3. Lingüística y textos de filosofía.Francisco Saurí - 2011 - Paideia 31 (92):381-400.
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