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A Philosophical Biography
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“Die Verneinung. Eine logische Untersuchung” [1918]. Translated as “Negation” in [CP]: 373–89; [LI]: 3153; [FR]: 346–61.Google Scholar
“Gedankengefüge” [1923]. Translated as “Compound Thoughts” in [CP]: 390406; [LI]: 5577.Google Scholar
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“Logic” in [PW]: 126–51.Google Scholar
“On Euclidean Geometry” in [PW]: 167–69.Google Scholar
“Notes on Hilbert’s ‘Grundlagen der Geometrie’” in [PW]: 170–3.Google Scholar
“Logic in Mathematics” in [PW]: 203–50.Google Scholar
“Notes for Ludwig Darmstaedter” in [PW]: 253–57.Google Scholar
“Logical Generality” in [PW]: 258–62.Google Scholar
“Number” in [PW]: 265–66.Google Scholar
“Numbers and Arithmetic” in [PW]: 275–77.Google Scholar
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1891b – “Über das Trägheitsgesetz,” Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik, 98, 145–61.Google Scholar
1892a – “Über Sinn und Bedeutung,” Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik, 100, 2550.Google Scholar
1892b – “Über Begriff und Gegenstand,” Vierteljahrsschrift für wissenschaftliche Philosophie, 16, 192205.Google Scholar
1892c – “Rezension von: G. Cantor, Zur Lehre vom Transfiniten,” Gesammelte Abhandlungen aus der Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik, 100, 269–72.Google Scholar
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1897 – “Über die Begriffsschrift des Herrn Peano und meine eigene,” Verhandlungen der Königlich Sächsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, 48, 362–68.Google Scholar
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1906 – “Antwort auf die Ferienplauderei des Herrn Thomae,” Jahresbericht der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung, 15, 586–90.Google Scholar
1908 – “Die Unmöglichkeit der Thomaeschen formalen Arithmetik aus Neue nachgewiesen,” Jahresbericht der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung, 17, 5255.Google Scholar
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1918b – “Die Verneinung. Eine logische Untersuchung,” Beiträge zur Philosophie des deutschen Idealismus, 1, 143–57.Google Scholar
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Erwiderung” [to Cantor 1885, Deutsche Literaturzeitung, 6(20), columns 728–29]. Translated as “Reply to Cantor’s Review of Grundlagen der Arithmetik” in [CP]: 122.Google Scholar
“Funktion und Begriff” [1891]. Translated as “Function and Concept” in [CP]: 137–56; [BG]: 2141; [FR]: 130–48.Google Scholar
“Über das Trägheitsgesetz” [1891]. Translated as “On the Law of Inertia” in [CP]: 123–36.Google Scholar
“Über Sinn und Bedeutung” [1892]. Translated as “On Sense and Meaning” in [CP]: 157–77. Translated as “On Sense and Reference” in [BG]: 5678; [FR]: 151–71.Google Scholar
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