Review of Dummett's Origins of Analytical Philosophy
This chapter presents an extended review of Michael Dummett's book The Origins of Analytical Philosophy. It includes a group of essays relating to Russell's logic because the chief ground on which Dummett is criticized is that his account of the formation of analytic philosophy neglects the role of logic (and, largely in consequence, it also neglects the contribution of Russell).
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