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Ideas of Michael Morris, by Text

[British, fl. 2008, Professor at the University of Sussex.]

2008 Guidebook to Wittgenstein's Tractatus
Intro p.14 To count, we must distinguish things, and have a series with successors in it
Intro.2 p.7 Interpreting a text is representing it as making sense
Intro.5 p.14 Counting needs to distinguish things, and also needs the concept of a successor in a series
Intro.5 p.15 Discriminating things for counting implies concepts of identity and distinctness
3D p.133 Bipolarity adds to Bivalence the capacity for both truth values
4.5 p.36 There must exist a general form of propositions, which are predictabe. It is: such and such is the case
5C p.218 Conjunctive and disjunctive quantifiers are too specific, and are confined to the finite