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Mind, meaning and mathematics. Essays on the philosophical views of Husserl and Frege. (English) Zbl 0921.03001
Synthese Library. 237. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 292 p. (1994).
[The articles of this volume will not be indexed individually.]
Contents: Dagfinn Follesdal, “Husserl and Frege: a contribution to elucidating the origins of phenomenological philosophy” (pp. 3-47); Martin Kusch, “The criticism of Husserl’s arguments against psychologism in German philosophy 1901-1920” (pp. 51-83); Richard Tieszen, “The philosophy of arithmetic: Frege and Husserl” (pp. 85-112); Claire Ortiz Hill, “Husserl and Frege on substitutivity” (pp. 113-140); J. N. Mohanty, “Husserl’s ‘logic of truth’ ” (pp. 141-160); Barry Smith, “Husserl’s theory of meaning and reference” (pp. 163-183); David Bell, “Reference, experience, and intentionality” (pp. 185-209); Leila Haaparanta, “Intentionality, intuition and the computational theory of mind” (pp. 211-233); Dallas Willard, “The integrity of the mental act: Husserlian reflections on a Fregian problem” (pp. 235-262).

MSC:
03-03 History of mathematical logic and foundations
03A05 Philosophical and critical aspects of logic and foundations
03-06 Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc. pertaining to mathematical logic and foundations
00B15 Collections of articles of miscellaneous specific interest
00A30 Philosophy of mathematics
01A60 History of mathematics in the 20th century
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