Dummett, the Frege-Husserl Exchange and the Analytical Tradition

@inproceedings{Duke2015DummettTF,
  title={Dummett, the Frege-Husserl Exchange and the Analytical Tradition},
  author={George Duke},
  year={2015}
}
According to Michael Dummett, the ‘fundamental principle of analytical philosophy is the priority, in the order of explanation, of language over thought: the only route to a philosophical account of thought is through an analysis of its expression in words or symbols, that is, a theory of linguistic meaning’ (1991a, p. 17). In Frege: Philosophy of Mathematics (1991a) — and to a lesser extent in Origins of Analytical Philosophy (1993) — Dummett helps to build the case for this characterization… Expand
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