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The continuing importance of Basic Laws of Arithmetic lies not only in its bearing on issues in the foundations of mathematics and logic but in its model of philosophical inquiry. Frege's ability to locate the essential questions, his integration of logical and philosophical analysis, and his rigorous approach to criticism and argument in general are vividly in evidence in this, his most ambitious work.
Philip Ebert and Marcus Rossberg present the first full English translation of both volumes of Frege's major work preserving the original formalism and pagination. The edition contains a foreword by Crispin Wright and an extensive appendix providing an introduction to Frege's formal system by Roy T. Cook.
Philip A. Ebert received his PhD from the University of St Andrews in 2006 and was a Post Doctoral Fellow at the Arche Centre from 2005-2007. Since 2007 he has worked at the University of Stirling.
Marcus Rossberg received his PhD from the University of St Andrews in 2006 and was a Post Doctoral Fellow at the Arche Centre from 2005-2008. Since 2008 he has worked at the University of Connecticut.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Crispin WRight
Frege: Basic Laws of Arithmetic, volumes I and II
Appendix by Roy T. Cook