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Reason's Proper Study: Essays Towards a Neo-Fregean Philosophy of Mathematics
I. ONTOLOGY AND ABSTRACTION PRINCIPLES II. RESPONSES TO CRITICS III. HUME'S PRINCIPLE IV. ON THE DIFFERENTIATION OF ABSTRACTA V. BEYOND NUMBER-THEORY
Necessary Beings: An Essay on Ontology, Modality, and the Relations Between Them
Preface and acknowledgements Introduction 1. Ontological preliminaries 2. The necessity of necessity 3. Irreducible modality 4. Absolute Modality 5. The Source of Logical Necessities 6. MetaphysicalExpand
The metaontology of abstraction
ion as a legitimate form of implicit definition has been authenticated. And it is this, so it may be suggested, that requires the development of satisfactory answers to (M) and (E) and relatedExpand
Reals by Abstractiont
ions like the Direction equivalence and Hume’s principle and that it is reasonable to regard it as one. We might bring EM into line with the characterisation of abstraction principles with which IExpand
: Necessary Beings
In Necessary Beings, Bob Hale brings together his views on the source and explanation of necessity. It is a very thorough book and Hale covers a lot of ground. It contains not only new research butExpand
To Bury Caesar . . .
The Source Of Necessity
Reprenant le probleme philosophique de l'origine de la necessite absolue chez Dummett, l'A. developpe une explication reductionniste de la necessite, examinant les cas particuliers d'explicationExpand
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