Richard Heck's Frege's Theorem collects together eleven of Heck's papers on Frege, neo-logicism, and the existence and status of abstract objects. The papers span Heck's entire career — the earliest of the nine previously published papers appeared in 1992, and the remaining two papers are scheduled to appear in forthcoming multi-author anthologies. The volume is not merely a collection of Heck's previous work on these topics, however. Instead, many of the papers have been ‘corrected’ in order to reflect Heck's current views on these topics, and a number of the papers conclude with new ‘postscripts’ that extend, qualify, or improve upon the discussion of issues in the original papers. In addition, the volume opens with a substantial introductory chapter that identifies the central issues and ties the papers together as integral parts of...

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