[D-G] Concepts seen as functions

Cain, Prof. Jeffrey P. CainJ at sacredheart.edu
Thu Apr 28 08:43:30 PDT 2011

I don't know the answer, but I've wondered what they had in mind as to the exact relationship to mathematical functions.  So I too would be interested to hear opinions.

Jeffrey P. Cain, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of English HC221A
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825

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Subject: [D-G] Concepts seen as functions

Dear All,

When D&G, in WiP, refer to the view that concepts are functions, are
they referring to Frege, or is there an earlier philosophical
tradition that proposes this view of concepts?  I recently chanced
upon a text that claimed the latter, but now I cannot locate it
again.  Your help will be much appreciated.

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