12939 | Wholly uniform things like space and numbers are mere abstractions [Leibniz] |
10309 | Frege says singular terms denote objects, numerals are singular terms, so numbers exist [Frege, by Hale] |
10550 | Frege establishes abstract objects independently from concrete ones, by falling under a concept [Frege, by Dummett] |
18269 | Logical objects are extensions of concepts, or ranges of values of functions [Frege] |
8719 | There can be impossible and contradictory objects, if they can have properties [Meinong, by Friend] |
10543 | Abstract objects must have names that fall within the range of some functional expression [Dummett] |
9859 | It is absurd to deny the Equator, on the grounds that it lacks causal powers [Dummett] |
9860 | 'We've crossed the Equator' has truth-conditions, so accept the Equator - and it's an object [Dummett] |
9858 | Abstract objects nowadays are those which are objective but not actual [Dummett] |
10489 | We deal with abstract objects all the time: software, poems, mistakes, triangles.. [Boolos] |
10415 | Properties make round squares and round triangles distinct, unlike exemplification [Zalta, by Swoyer] |
9878 | Contextually defined abstract terms genuinely refer to objects [Wright,C, by Dummett] |
9969 | The empty set is the purest abstract object [Jubien] |
10626 | Objects just are what singular terms refer to [Hale/Wright] |
7699 | Numbers, sets and propositions are abstract particulars; properties, qualities and relations are universals [Jacquette] |
7783 | Bodies, properties, relations, events, numbers, sets and propositions are 'things' if they exist [Lowe] |
10307 | The modern Fregean use of the term 'object' is much broader than the ordinary usage [Hale] |