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Трансценденталните пластове във философската логика на Ръсел
Transcendental Strata in Russell’s Philosophical Logic

Author(s): Valentin Asparuhov
Subject(s): Philosophy, Logic
Published by: Фондация за хуманитарни и социални изследвания - София
Keywords: Philosophical logic; logical data and experience; mental synthesis; transcendental motive; transcendentalism als ob.

Summary/Abstract: The failure to demarcate the field of philosophical logic is in the basis of many of the difficulties that arise when Russell tries to form his own conception of logical analysis. The article considers Russell’s fragmentary conception of analysis. An attempt is proposed to locate and elucidate a transcendental component that could be visible when we focus on his analytical practice. Series of suggestions about transcendental strata upon Russell’s thoughts are following, but although they are polemical, in my opinion they have the power to form an impulse for outlining the area of philosophical logic. This enables the author to sketch out a transcendental point of view, founded in a presumption that there isn’t an active transcendental subject.

  • Issue Year: 2017
  • Issue No: 47
  • Page Range: 441-472
  • Page Count: 32
  • Language: Bulgarian