It is now commonly accepted that any adequate history of late nineteenth and early twentieth century philosophy---and thus of the origins of analytic philosophy---must take seriously the role of Neo-Kantianism and Kant interpretation in the period. This dissertation is a contribution to our understanding of this interesting but poorly understood stage in the history of philosophy.review of Peanoa#39;s conceptual notation, he fundamentally wants to know what the asprings of knowledgea are from which mathematical science grows.14 In order to answer this fundamentally epistemological question, 15 Frege needs to ... ( GApttingen was the academic home of Gauss from 1807 until his death in 1855, whose work included a geometric representation of complex numbers; see CP, 55.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Fact of Modern Mathematics: Geometry, Logic, and Concept Formation in Kant and Cassirer|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|