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Logical analysis and its ontological consequences : Rise, fall and resurgence of intensional objects in contemporary philosophy
English
[fr] L'analyse logique et ses conséquences ontologiques : gloire, décadence et résurgence des objets intensionnels dans la philosophie contemporaine
Leclercq, Bruno mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de philosophie > Philosophie analytique et de la logique >]
2010
Ontological landscapes. Recent thought on conceptual interfaces between science and philosophy
[fr] Paysages ontologiques. Pensée contemporaine sur les interfaces conceptuels entre science et philosophie
Petrov, Vesselin
Ontos Verlag
53-96
Yes
3868381074
Frankfurt
Deutschland
[en] Franz Brentano ; Gottlob Frege ; Alexius Meinong ; modal logic ; intensional object ; individual concept
[fr] Franz Brentano ; Gottlob Frege ; Alexius Meinong ; logique modale ; objet intentionnel ; concept individuel
[en] The aim of this paper will be to show how significant the logical theories of judgement which were worked out at the end of the nineteenth century have been for the ontological thought during the twentieth century. Against the classical - Aristotelian and Scholastic - analysis of predicative judgement, Franz Brentano on one hand and Gottlob Frege on the other hand have leveled two different criticisms, which then generated two radically divergent ontological paradigms. On one side, despite Brentano’s own nominalistic stands, there was a tremendous extension of the general category of “object” as well as of the notion of “being” with, as a consequence, the exceptionnally luxuriant ontologies of Brentano’s heirs. On the other side, notwithstanding Frege’s own Platonistic affinities, there was a drastic deflation of the realm of objects to the benefit of the realm of concepts taken as classifying functions, and therefore a strong nominalistic trend among Frege’s heirs. The development of quantified modal logics at the middle of twentieth century however forced contemporary ontology to reconsider this simple alternative in order to give place to some hybrid entities such as individual concepts or other kinds of “intensional objects”.
Métaphysique et Théorie de la connaissance - MéThéor
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Whiteheadian Process Thought and Its Relevance for Contemporary Challenges in Philosophy and Science
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