Two Questions about the Revival of Frege’S PROGRAMME

Comments on Peter Clark’s “Frege, Neo-Logicism and Applied Mathematics“
  • Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz
Part of the Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook book series (VCIY, volume 11)


The essential aim of Professor P. Clark’s paper is to show that good reasons exist for opening the way for a revival of Frege’s Programme. Frege’s Programme tend to show that numbers are given to us by explaining the meanings of identity statements in which numbers words occur.


Order Logic Cardinal Number Number Word Abstraction Principle Sortal Concept 
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Additional Bibliography

  1. [Cartan Eilenberg 56]
    Henri Cartan, Serge Eilenberg Homological Algebra, Princeton University Press, Princeton 1956.Google Scholar
  2. [Gonshor 86]
    Harry Gonshor An Introduction to the Theory of the Surreal Numbers, Cambridge University Press 1986.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. [Kronecker 1886] Leopold Kronecker Über den Zahlbegriff in Mathematische Werke, t. III pp. 251–274.Google Scholar

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