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Author Hochberg, Herbert, 1929-

Title Thought, Fact, and Reference : the Origins and Ontology of Logical Atomism
Published Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1974
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Contents Preface; Introduction; Table of Contents; I: The Analysis of Perception; II: Idealism, Realism, and Common Sense; III: Thought and Belief; IV: Moore and Bradley on Particulars, Predicates, and Predication; V: Names, Individual Concepts, and Ontological Reduction; VI: Frege's Account of Reference and Thought; VII: Russell's Critique of Frege and the Origin of the Theory of Descriptions; VIII: Descriptions, Substitution, and Intentional Contexts; IX: Existence, Predicates, and Properties; X: Facts and Possibilities; XI: Russell's Theory of Judgment and Sellars's Critique of It
XII: The Structure of Thought: Part IXIII: The Structure of Thought: Part II; XIV: Logic, Fact, and Belief; XV: Difference, Existence, and Universality; Notes; Name Index; Subject Index
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Subject Facts (Philosophy)
Logical atomism.
Reference (Philosophy)
Thought and thinking.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0816655154 (electronic bk.)
9780816655151 (electronic bk.)