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Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. THIN OBJECTS Abstract PDF
Øystein Linnebo
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. HOW ABSTRACTION WORKS Abstract PDF
Leon Horsten, Hannes Leitgeb
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. A PROBLEM AND A SOLUTION FOR NEO-FREGEANISM Abstract PDF
Michael Gabbay
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. ED ZALTA’S VERSION OF NEO-LOGICISM – A FRIENDLY LETTER OF COMPLAINT Abstract PDF
Philip A. Ebert, Marcus Rossberg
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. DIAGONALIZATION, THE LIAR PARADOX, AND THE INCONSISTENCY OF THE FORMAL SYSTEM PRESENTED IN THE APPENDIX TO FREGE’S GRUNDGESETZE: VOLUME II Abstract PDF
Roy T. Cook
 
Vol 2: (2006) Alois Pichler / Simo Säätelä (Eds.): Wittgenstein: The Philosopher and his Works Wittgenstein’s early philosophy of language and the idea of ‘the single great problem’ Abstract PDF
Marie McGinn
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. REPLY TO P. EBERT AND M. ROSSBERG’S FRIENDLY LETTER OF COMPLAINT Abstract PDF
Edward N. Zalta
 
Vol 15: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part Two. Signs, Minds and Actions Names, Nonsubstitutivity and the Tanney Puzzle Abstract PDF
Laurence Goldstein
 
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