Origins of analytical philosophy


Origins of analytical philosophy

Michael Dummett

(Bloomsbury revelations)

Bloomsbury, 2014

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Includes index

"First published in 1993 by Gerald Duckworth ... This Bloomsbury Revelations edition first published in 2014"--T.p. verso



The twentieth century was marked by the triumph of the 'analytic' tradition of philosophy, which remains to this day the dominant mainstream of philosophical thought and teaching. In his landmark reflection and exploration of the origins of analytic philosophy, Michael Dummett vividly explores the roots of that tradition in the writings of such German and Austrian thinkers as Frege, Husserl and Wittgenstein. Disputing the notion of analytic philosophy as an 'Anglo-American' tradition, Dummett finds a shared well-spring in the works of the analytic and phenomenological traditions. Now available in the Bloomsbury Revelations series, Origins of Analytical Philosophy remains a vital read for anyone interested in the development of twentieth century thought and the history of philosophy.


Preface 1. The History of Thinkers and the History of Ideas 2. The Linguistic Turn 3. Truth and Meaning 4. The Extrusion of Thought from the Mind 5. The Legacy of Brentano 6. Husserl's View of Meaning 7. Sense Without Reference 8. Noemata and Idealism 9. Frege On Perception 10. Grasping a Thought 11. Husserl On Perception: The Generalisation of Meaning 12. Proto-Thoughts 13. Thought and Language 14. Conclusion: A Methodology or a Subject-Matter Appendix: Interview Index

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