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    The Logic of Concept Expansion.Meir Buzaglo - 2001 - Cambridge University Press.
    The operation of developing a concept is a common procedure in mathematics and in natural science, but has traditionally seemed much less possible to philosophers and, especially, logicians. Meir Buzaglo's innovative study proposes a way of expanding logic to include the stretching of concepts, while modifying the principles which block this possibility. He offers stimulating discussions of the idea of conceptual expansion as a normative process, and of the relation of conceptual expansion to truth, meaning, reference, ontology and paradox, and (...)
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  2. Solomon Maimon: Monism, Skepticism, and Mathematics.Meir Buzaglo - 2002 - University of Pittsburgh Press.
    The philosophy of Solomon Maimon is usually considered an important link between Kant’s transcendental philosophy and German idealism. Highly praised during his lifetime, over the past two centuries Maimon’s genius has been poorly understood and often ignored. Meir Buzaglo offers a reconstruction of Maimon’s philosophy, revealing that its true nature becomes apparent only when viewed in light of his philosophy of mathematics. This provides the key to understanding Maimon’s solution to Kant’s _quid juris_ question concerning the connection between intuition and (...)
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    A Note on Parity and Modality.Meir Buzaglo - 2010 - Journal of Philosophy 107 (9):491-498.
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    On Quine on Philosophical Analysis.Meir Buzaglo - 2002 - Metaphilosophy 33 (5):587-596.
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    ALLEN Michael JB and Valery Rees (Eds): Marsilio Ficino: His.Alan Bailey, Sextus Empiricus, Marialuisa Baldi, Non Vero Verisimile, Henri Bergson, Key Writings, Meir Buzaglo & Solomon Maimon Monism - 2002 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 10 (4):697-699.