By Samuel Lebens
Bertrand Russell and the character of Propositions deals the 1st book-length defence of the a number of Relation concept of Judgement (MRTJ). even supposing the idea was once a lot maligned through Wittgenstein and eventually rejected through Russell himself, Lebens indicates that it offers a wealthy and insightful technique to comprehend the character of propositional content material.
In half I, Lebens charts the trajectory of Russell’s concept earlier than he followed the MRTJ. half II experiences the historic tale of the idea: What led Russell to disclaim the life of propositions altogether? Why did the idea hold evolving all through its brief lifestyles? What position did G. F. Stout play within the evolution of the idea? What was Wittgenstein’s hindrance with the idea, and, if we can’t be aware of what his trouble was once exactly, then what are the easiest contending hypotheses? And why did Russell provide the idea up? partially III, Lebens makes the case that Russell’s issues with the idea weren’t worthy its rejection. in addition, he argues that the MRTJ does so much of what lets wish from an account of propositions at little philosophical cost.
This e-book bridges the historical past of early analytic philosophy with paintings in modern philosophy of language. It advances a daring studying of the idea of descriptions and gives a brand new realizing of the position of Stout and the illustration predicament within the evolution of the MRTJ. It additionally makes a decisive contribution to philosophy of language through demonstrating the viability of a no-proposition idea of propositions.
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Bertrand Russell and the Nature of Propositions: A History and Defence of the Multiple Relation Theory of Judgement (Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Philosophy) by Samuel Lebens