Gottlob Frege Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Gottlob Frege

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Gottlob Frege quotes: Every good mathematician is at least half a philosopher, and every good philosopher is at least half a mathematician. Every good mathematician is at least half a philosopher, and every good philosopher is at least half a mathematician.
Gottlob Frege quotes: A scientist can hardly encounter anything more desirable than, just as a work is completed, to have its foundation give way. A scientist can hardly encounter anything more desirable than, just as a work is completed, to have its foundation give way.
Gottlob Frege quotes: There is more danger of numerical sequences continued indefinitely than of trees growing up to heaven. Each will some time reach its greatest height. There is more danger of numerical sequences continued indefinitely than of trees growing up to heaven. Each will some time reach its greatest height.
Gottlob Frege quotes: One can hardly deny that mankind has a common store of thoughts which is transmitted from one generation to another. One can hardly deny that mankind has a common store of thoughts which is transmitted from one generation to another.
Gottlob Frege quotes: The thought: A logical inquiry The thought: A logical inquiry
Gottlob Frege quotes: I compare arithmetic with a tree that unfolds upwards in a multitude of techniques and theorems while the root drives into the depths. I compare arithmetic with a tree that unfolds upwards in a multitude of techniques and theorems while the root drives into the depths.
Gottlob Frege quotes: What are numbers? What is the nature of arithmetical truth? What are numbers? What is the nature of arithmetical truth?
Gottlob Frege quotes: Arithmetic has began to totter. Arithmetic has began to totter.