A Fregean Solution to the Logocentric Predicament

What, however, if beings were even found whose laws of thought directly contradicted ours, so that their application often led to opposite results? … I would say: here we have a hitherto unknown kind of madness.

— Gottlob Frege, Basic Laws of Arithmetic, pp. 11–12

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