Encounters between Analytic and Continental Philosophy by A. Vrahimis

By A. Vrahimis

This booklet examines the encounters among major 'analytic' and 'continental' philosophers: Frege and Husserl, Carnap and Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Bataille and Ayer, the Royaumont colloquium, and Derrida with Searle.

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His methodology), ignoring Husserl’s fundamental concern with the philosophy of logic and mathematics. One of the primary factors contributing to the mystification of the radically critical relationship which exists between Husserl and his perceived followers is the nature of his exchange with his most famous student, Martin Heidegger. e. his most radical critique of Husserlian phenomenology, to his teacher Husserl; Husserl mistook this for a sign of Heidegger’s continuation of his work, failing to see the performative aspect of the dedication as a hidden betrayal.

E. to provide a theory of numbers, a theory of multitudes, etc. Thus, ultimately, concerning categories of meaning, this second task is to provide a theory of truth and falsity, and concerning categories of objects, it is to provide a theory of ‘being and non-being’ (p. 79). Finally, the third task which a theory of science must undertake is that of providing a ‘theory of the possible forms of theories’ (p. e. the investigation of the possibility of particular species of theory forms, such as the theory of manifolds in mathematics.

25 Frege coins the particular technical use of the term Vorstellung to mean simply the psychological presentation of a thought in some mind. This contrasts with something that Frege finds to be regrettably confused in our ordinary usage of the term ‘idea’ to mean both something that is present in one’s mind and something which has a logical structure (and may eventually be shown to be either true or false). According to Frege, thoughts are mind-independent Platonic entities which exist in the form of concepts, regardless of their individual psychological presentations as ideas present in some mind.

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