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This assortment, with contributions from top philosophers, areas analytic philosophy in a broader context evaluating it with the technique of its most crucial rival culture in twentieth-century philosophy--phenomenology, whose improvement parallels the advance of analytic philosophy in lots of ways. The Analytic flip will be of serious curiosity to historians of philosophy more often than not, analytic philosophers, and phenomenologists.

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3 Frege, platonism and reductive analysis Returning to Frege, above we were led to his construction of the natural numbers as equivalence classes of classes. Specifically, he defines the number 0 as the class of all classes equinumerous to {x j x 6¼ x}; the number 1 becomes the class of all classes equinumerous to {x j x = 0}; the number 2, the class of all classes equinumerous to {x j x = 0 or x = 1}; and so on. Without going into further detail about the ‘and so on’ (spelled out in terms of a logicized successor function and the notion of following in a series), I now want to raise my main question: what precisely is the status of these definitions?

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