Michael Dummett, 18 September 1980
Show More Philosophical and Mathematical Correspondence by Gottlob Frege, translated by Hans Kaal, edited by Brian McGuinness.
Blackwell, 214 pp., £15, March 1980, 9780631196204Show More
Translations from the Philosophical Writings of Gottlob Frege edited by Peter Geach and Max Black.
Blackwell, 228 pp., £12, July 1980, 0 631 12901 4Show More
Frege’s Theory of Judgement by David Bell.
Oxford, 163 pp., £8.50, July 1979, 0 19 827423 8Show More
Gottlob Frege by Hans Sluga.
Routledge, 203 pp., £12.95, July 1980, 0 7100 0474 5Show More
“... but it is surely not a correct response to the crisis to publish lecture notes in place of books. Sluga makes some large, even grandiose, claims. Analytical philosophy misinterprets its own history in general, and Frege, the first analytical philosopher, in particular. There are two reasons for this. First, being realists, analytical philosophers misread ...”