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date: 21 June 2021

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This article is divided into four sections. The first two identify different logicist theses, and show that their truth-values can be established given minimal assumptions. The third section sets forth a notion of “content-recarving” as a possible constraint on logicist theses. The fourth section—which is largely independent from the rest of the article—is a discussion of “neologicism.”

Keywords: logicism, truth-values, minimal assumptions, content-recarving, logicist theses, neologicism

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