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On Irad Kimhi’s "Thinking and Being", Or, It’s The End Of Analytic Philosophy As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

IRAD KIMHI | Thinking and Being | Harvard University Press 2018

By Robert Hanna

Irad Kimhi’s Being and Thinking begins with “Parmenides’s didactic poem On Nature”, which, Kimhi says, “is the first work of philosophy, where this is understood as the logical study of thinking and of what is (being)” (p. 7,057 more words


Bertrand Russell: Science and philosophy

My chum and Russell scholar par excellence has this piece in the TLS.

As Wittgenstein sums up Russell’s insight, “Philosophy aims at the logical clarification of thoughts.

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Course Presentation - Philosophical Logic

Instructor: Professor Mircea Dumitru

Currently, there are several competing ways of conceiving philosophical logic. One of them consists in developing philosophical logic as that part of formal logic which covers extensions of or alternatives to classical logic. 379 more words