Collection on Early Analytic Philosophy

Moritz and I have edited a special issue of the Grazer Philosophische Studien with essays on early analytic philosophy. The essays are published in honour of Wolfgang Künne.

If you have access to Ingenta, you can read the papers here.

Contents
I. Truth and Assertion
1. Ian Rumfitt: Truth and the Determination of Content: Variations on Themes from Frege’s Logische Untersuchungen
2. Manuel García-Carpintero: Truth-Bearers and Modesty
3. Edgar Morscher: Logical Truth and Logical Form
4. Mark Siebel: “It Falls Somewhat Short of Logical Precision.” Bolzano on Kant’s Definition of Analyticity
II. Concepts and Propositions
5. Hans-Johann Glock: A Cognitivist Approach to Concepts
6. Andreas Kemmerling: Thoughts without Parts: Frege’s Doctrine
7. Stephan Krämer: Bolzano on the Intransparency of Content
8. Nick Haverkamp: Nothing but Objects
III. Cognition and Volition
9. Peter Simons: Cognitive Operations and the Multifarious Reifications of the Unreal
10. Kevin Mulligan: Meaning Something and Meanings
11. John Hyman: Wittgenstein on Action and the Will
IV. Reference and Existence
12. David Wiggins: Platonism and the Argument from Causality
13. Tobias Rosefeldt: Frege, Pünjer, and Kant on Existence
14. Robert Schwartzkopff: Numbers as Ontologically Dependent Objects. Hume’s Principle Revisited
15. Mark Textor: Sense-Only-Signs: Frege on Fictional Proper Names
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