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I also have certain reservations, which I shall set out later, about his notions of explanation and reconceptualization. However, I think the areas of agreement about the interest of Frege’s derivation of arithmetic are both wide-ranging and far more significant than those of disagreement. ” I also want to emphasize that I consider Wright to have made a great scientific contribution in showing contemporary readers 1 This article first appeared in Richard G. , Logic, Language, and Thought, Oxford, Oxford University Press (1997).
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1906], p. 144) The term “indefinite extensibility” is due to Michael Dummett, however, who extended Russell’s idea as follows: An indefinitely extensible concept is one such that, if we can form a definite conception of a totality all of whose members fall under the concept, we can, by reference to that totality, characterize a larger totality all of whose members fall under it. (, p. 441) It has become standard to use the term ‘definite’ for those concepts that are not indefinitely extensible.
Gesammelte Werke by Moebius A.F.