|LOGICAL FORM AND LANGUAGE|
|Written by MADALINA NICOLOF|
ABSTRACT. Frege's conception of the universal applicability of modern mathematical logic and its singular role in displaying the structure of genuinely objective judgment were the primary concerns of much of twentieth-century philosophy. Quine discredits a certain group of non-extensional notions, which includes those of logical necessity, logical impossibility, and synonymity or identity of meaning.
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