Frege: An Introduction to the Founder of Modern Analytic Philosophy

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Wiley, Oct 3, 2000 - Philosophy - 240 pages
Written by Anthony Kenny, a leading figure in contemporary philosophy, this volume guides the reader through a concise and accessible explanation and assessment of Frege's radical and lasting contributions to our understanding of language, meaning, and the foundations of arithmetic.

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Anthony Kenny is Pro-vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. For many years he was a philosophy tutor at Balliol College, of which he became Master. A former President of the British Academy, he was until recently Chairman of the Board of the British Library. He has written a number of influential books on the history of philosophy, and is editor of The Wittgenstein Reader (Blackwell, 1994) and author of the acclaimed A Brief History of Western Philosophy (Blackwell, 1998).

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