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La Hermandad – En El Principio Fue El Ruido - Track Listing
... Strom" (Current) (Frege/Frege) − 248 "Weißes Rauschen" (Remix) (White noise) (Meurer/Frege) − 207 "Innen alles neu" (Inside all new) (Meurer/Fr ...
Liebesspieler - Track Listing
... Liebesspieler" (von Holst, Breitkopf, Frege/Frege) − 250 Die John Peel Session "Spiel mir das Lied vom Tod" (Play me the song of death German title for Once Upon a ...
The Foundations Of Arithmetic
... of Arithmetic) is a book by Gottlob Frege, published in 1884, which investigates the philosophical foundations of arithmetic ... In a tour de force of literary and philosophical merit, Frege demolished other theories of number and developed his own theory of numbers ... The Grundlagen also helped to motivate Frege's later works in logicism ...
Constantin Lipsius - Provisional List of Works - Private Commissions
... Frege Residence, Dörrienstrasse, Leipzig, n ... Schloss Wetzelstein for Frege Family, Saalfeld, n ... Frege Chapel, Abtnaudorf (Leipzig), 1888–89 ...
Love, Peace & Money - Track Listing - 2007 Remastered Anniversary Edition Bonus Tracks
... "In Control" (Breitkopf, von Holst/Frege, T ... Holst/Frege, Smith) – 352 "Dog Eat Dog" (v ... Holst/Frege, Smith) – 342 "We Will Be Heroes" (Meurer, Frege/Frege, Dangerfield) – 341 "Wasted Years" – 445 ...

Famous quotes containing the word frege:

    I hope I may claim in the present work to have made it probable that the laws of arithmetic are analytic judgments and consequently a priori. Arithmetic thus becomes simply a development of logic, and every proposition of arithmetic a law of logic, albeit a derivative one. To apply arithmetic in the physical sciences is to bring logic to bear on observed facts; calculation becomes deduction.
    —Gottlob Frege (1848–1925)

    Your discovery of the contradiction caused me the greatest surprise and, I would almost say, consternation, since it has shaken the basis on which I intended to build my arithmetic.... It is all the more serious since, with the loss of my rule V, not only the foundations of my arithmetic, but also the sole possible foundations of arithmetic seem to vanish.
    —Gottlob Frege (1848–1925)