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  • Analysis - The historical development and conceptual structure of philosophical analysis; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Michael Beaney.
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  • Comparing Frege and Russell - Kent Bach draws attention to several distinctions between the views of Frege and Russell in this short article.
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  • Logical Constructions - Bertrand Russell referred to several different definitions and philosophical analyses as providing "logical constructions" of certain entities and expressions. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Bernard Linsky.
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  • Logical Form - Introduction to logical form, surface and deep meaning. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Paul M. Pietroski.
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  • Structured Propositions - To say that propositions are structured is to say that they are complex entities, entities having parts or constituents. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Jeffrey C. King.
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  • Tips on Translating English into First-Order Logic - An introductory guide by Peter Suber.
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  • Two Types of Philosophical Analysis - Article by Arkadiusz Gut, presented at the 20th World Congress in Philosophy.
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  • Varieties of Philosophical Analysis - Definitions by Roger B. Jones.
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