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The Debate between Explanation and Understanding in von Wright and Apel. A Double Interpretation of the Leibnizian Proposals

Ortiz de Landázuri, Carlos;
Open Access Spanish; Castilian
  • Published: 31 Mar 2020 Journal: Disputatio. Philosophical Research Bulletin (issn: 2254-0601, Copyright policy)
Abstract
G. H. von Wright and Karl–Otto Apel have conducted a review of Leibniz's presence throughout the development of analytic philosophy after Russell and the first Wittgenstein. In both cases it was intended to solve the crisis of foundation generated by the initial positivist–logical proposals. Both Russell and the first Wittgenstein would have initially proposed some constitutive presuppositions of a dogmatic nature, which they would borrow from the Monadology of 1714 of the last Leibniz. However, these principles were in clear contradiction with respect to the unlimitedly revisionist regulatory ideal on which the elaboration of a truly universal mathematical lang...
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free text keywords: Wittgenstein, Foundation, Logical Positivism, Universal Language, Wittgenstein, Foundation, Logical Positivism, Universal Language
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