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Unformatted text preview: p.222) The objective of analytical philosophy is to use the analysis of a complicated idea to explain the information in a much less complex way that is easier to consider and understand. It also emphasizes on the study of the way language is expressed. Many of the early famous philosophers taught and published in analytical philosophy. The theory known as logicism is within the analytic philosophy. Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) studied in mathematics and had taken an interest in philosophy. Because absolute idealist philosophies were faulty in their explanations of mathematics is made his work as well as that of his associates very important in English speaking countries and in the American philosophical movements. 2 CheckPoint: Pragmatism and Analytic Philosophy Reference: Moore, B.N., Bruder, K. (2008). Philosophy: The power of ideas (7 th Ed.) Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education 3...
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