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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.What is judgement? is a question that has exercised generations of philosophers. Early analytic philosophers (Frege, Russell and Wittgenstein) and phenomenologists (Brentano, Husserl and Reinach) changed how philosophers think about this question. This book explores and assesses their contributions and help us to retrace their steps.
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ARIANNA BETTI Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Free University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands STEWART CANDLISH Professor and Senior Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia NIC DAMNJANOVIC Assistant Professor at the University of Western Australia GOTTRIED GABRIEL Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Jena, Germany HANJO GLOCK Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Zurich, Switzerland WOLFGANG KUENNE Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Hamburg, Germany FRASER MACBRIDE University Lecturer in the Faculty of Philosophy of Cambridge University, UK WAYNE MARTIN Professor of Philosophy at the University of Essex, UK KEVIN MULLIGAN Professor of Analytic Philosophy at the University of Geneva, Switzerland CONSUELO PRETI Professor of Philosophy at the College of New Jersey, USA MARIA VAN DER SCHAAR Assistant Professor in the Institute for Philosophy of the University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Series Editor's Foreword Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction; M.Textor Theodor Lipps and the Psycho-Logic Theory of Judgement; W.Martin Truth, Value, and Truth Value. Frege's Theory of Judgement and its Historical Background; G.Gabriel Merely Entertaining a Thought, Judging and Asserting. Notes on a Passage in Frege's 'The Thought'; W.Kunne We owe it to Sigwart! A New Look at the Content/Object Distinction in Early Phenomenological Theories of Judgment from Brentano to Twardowski; A.Betti Acceptance, Acknowledgment, Affirmation, Agreement, Assertion, Belief, Certainty, Conviction, Denial, Judgment, Refusal & Rejection; K.Mulligan G.F. Stout and Russell's Earliest Account of Judgement; M.van der Schaar The Myth of the Coherence Theory of Truth; N.Damnjanovic & S.Candlish The Origin and Influence of G. E. Moore's 'The Nature of Judgment'; C.Preti The Russell-Wittgenstein Dispute: A new Perspective; F.McBride Judgement and Truth in the Early Wittgenstein; H.Glock Index