Chapter 1 Introduction: Frege's Life and Work, Biography, The Origin and Development of Frege's Philosophy, Frege's Contributions to Philosophy.
Chapter 2: Logic,The Purpose of Conceptional Notation, Logic Before Frege, Fregean Logic.
Chapter 3: Number, Aims of the Foundations of Arithmetic, Rebuttal of Earlier Attempts, The Development of Frege's Own Position.
Chapter 4: Philosophical Logic, On Function and Concept, On Concept and Object.
Chapter 5: Theory of Meaning, The Distinction between Sense and Reference, Indirect Reference, The Objectivity of Sense, Challenges to Sense.
"This is an excellent introduction to Frege...There's much to admire and agree with in this book" Steven Robinson, Philosophy in Review
A Accessible and interesting without sacrificing any of Frege's complexity.
A Indispensable reading for all students of the philosophy of language and philosophical logic.