By Michael Sukale (auth.)
The essays that are accumulated during this e-book have been written at numerous periods over the last seven years. The essay "Heidegger and Dewey," that is the final one to be published within the e-book, was once really the 1st one I wrote. It was once written as a seminar paper for John D. Goheen's direction on Dewey within the Spring of 1968 at Stanford collage the place i used to be a second-year graduate pupil. The paper went unchanged into my thesis "Four experiences in Phenomenology and Pragmatism," which i ultimately submitted in 1971, and it's right here reprinted without alteration with the exception of the identify. a primary model of the 2 essays on Sartre used to be written within the Spring of 1969 in the course of my first yr of training at Princeton collage. Even tually i made a decision to wreck the essay into components. A shortened model of "Sartre and the Cartesian Ego" used to be learn on the jap department assembly of the yankee Philosophical organization in December 1973.
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38. 11 Frege, Gottlob, The Basic Laws 0/ Arithmetic, translated and edited by Montgomery Furth, University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles 1964 (appeared originally in 1893). , p. 13. e. he has to admit that his belief that logical laws are objective is itself not justifiable by logic. He writes: The question why and with what right we acknowledge a law of logic to be true, logic can answer only by reducing it to another law of logic. 13 For Frege the question of whether the laws of logic refer to mental activities and/or express their empirical conditions is a question of opinion.
26 THE PROBLEM OF PSYCHOLOGISM sation of the average thinking human mind. This view takes care of a certain argument which one might bring forth against psychologism and which runs as follows: each science presupposes logic and the validity of logical laws, hence psychology presupposes logic and not vice versa. e. being a product of the human mind they are affected by the minds' organisation), yet they do not need to use logical laws as the premises for specific deduction. Sciences may express logic, but they need not presuppose it in the strict sense, since otherwise the science of logic itself would become circular, by presupposing its own result.
IS. p. 17. p. 17. p. 23. 30 THE PROBLEM OF PSYCHOLOGISM ... for me there is a domain of what is objective, which is distinct from that of what is actual, whereas the psychological logicians without ado take what is not actual to be subjective. , has to be capable of acting directly or indirectly on the sense. I? The main point is that Frege believed psychologism to be wrong but that he does not offer a proof for that. It seems that he was convinced that psychologism could be perfectly consistent in itself but at the cost of being driven into idealism and solipsism - a position which, though not self-contradictory, seemed to be untenable.