Duke, George
Dummett and the Origins of Analytical Philosophy
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  • The Review of metaphysics, 2009-12-01, Vol.63 (2), p.329-347
Ort / Verlag
WASHINGTON: Philosophy Education Society, Inc., The Catholic University of America
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The most productive contrast in terms of understanding the origins of the analytical tradition is not between pre and post Fregean thought, but between modern and premodern conceptions of philosophy and its relation to the world of everyday experience. [...] the split between analytical and continental schools is best understood in terms of the fundamental change in the way philosophy was conceived which originated in early modernity, namely in terms of different stances towards the kind of instrumental rationality that is embodied in the methodical stance favored by the exact sciences of nature.

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