Tag Archives: Analytic Philosophy

Day 6. F is for Frege

Gottlob Frege is, along with Bertrand Russel I suppose, considered to be the founder of analytic philosophy. Along with that is his development of symbolic logic, the first real alternative to Aristotle’s syllogistic logic and also an important step towards … Continue reading

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The tension continues

So there’s this really fascinating article by Patrick Deneen at TAC where he argues that the real battle of Catholicism in America is not between the “conservatives” and the “liberals”, but between orthodox Catholics who are essentially sympathetic to the … Continue reading

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