Logic and Arithmetic

  title={Logic and Arithmetic},
  author={James M. DuBois},
  • James M. DuBois
  • Published 1995
  • Computer Science
  • At least since the time of Aristotle, logic has occupied a central place in the field of philosophy, and, interestingly enough, it was with a study on the nature of logic that the entire phenomenological movement began. Up to this point we have focused upon the nature of judgments — positive and negative, contingent and necessary, material and formal, synthetic and analytic — and, of course, the corresponding ontology and epistemology. As we turn now to consider the nature of logic we are not… CONTINUE READING

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