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Gottlob Frege (1848—1925) German philosopher and mathematician, founder of modern logic



'deny' can also refer to...

Control Denied

denying quarter

denying the antecedent

denying the consequent


Denys (d. c. 250)

Denys Arthur Winstanley (1877—1947) historian

Denys Baptiste (b. 1969)

Denys Calvaert (c. 1540—1619)

Denys Cazet (b. 1938)

Denys Corbet (1826—1909) Guernsey patois poet

Denys Eyre Lankester Haynes (1913—1994) museum curator

Denys George Finch Hatton (1887—1931) settler in Kenya and lover of Karen Blixen

Denys Lambin (1520—1572)

Denys Miller Sutton (1917—1991) art critic and journal editor

Denys Scully (1773—1830) barrister and political activist

Denys Trussell (b. 1946)

Denys–Drash syndrome

(Frederick) Denys Richardson (1913—1983) chemist and metallurgist

Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau (1912—1943)

Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau (1913—1943)

Louis Denys de la Ronde (1675—1741)

Nicholas Denyer

Numa-Denys Fustel de Coulanges (1830—1889)

Rowland Denys Guy Winn (1916—1984) war correspondent and army officer


self-denying ordinance

Sir Denys Colquhoun Flowerdew Lowson (1906—1975) financier

Sir Denys Lionel Page (1908—1978) classical scholar


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To reject. Frege argued influentially that denial is not a separate activity from assertion, but that to deny a proposition is to assert that it is false, or to assert its negation.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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