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5. Theory of Logic / C. Ontology of Logic / 2. Platonism in Logic

[that logical entities have independent existence]

5 ideas
Frege thinks there is an independent logical order of the truths, which we must try to discover [Frege, by Hart,WD]
The idea of an atemporal realm of validity is as implausible as medieval theology [Heidegger]
Wittgenstein convinced Russell that logic is tautologies, not Platonic forms [Wittgenstein, by Monk]
Logic is not just about signs, because it relates to states of affairs, objects, properties and truth-values [Jacquette]
Logic formalizes how we should reason, but it shouldn't determine whether we are realists [Fisher]