- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- Origins of the Essays
- 1 Singular Terms (1)
- 2 Singular Terms (2)<sup>1</sup>
- 3 Why Frege Does not Deserve His Grain of Salt
- 4 Grundlagen §64
- 5 Implicit Definition and the a Priori
- 6 Field and Fregean Platonism
- 7 Is Platonism Epistemologically Bankrupt?
- 8 Dummett's Critique of Wright's Attempt to Resuscitate Frege
- 9 Critical Notice of Michael Dummett's Frege: Philosophy of Mathematics
- 10 On the Harmless Impredicativity of N<sup>=</sup> (Hume's Principle)
- 11 Response to Dummett
- 12 On the Philosophical Significance of Frege's Theorem
- 13 Is Hume's Principle Analytic?
- 14 To Bury Caesar . . .
- 15 Reals by Abstraction
- Further Relevant Writings
- The Reason's Proper Study
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