Logic Counts (Reason and Argument 3)

Logic Counts (Reason and Argument 3)

By: E.Zarnecka- Bialy (editor)Hardback

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I. Towards Philosophy.- Logical Concerns of Philosophical Analysis.- Ontologies and Ontologics.- Truth, Sense and Assertion, or: What Plato Should Have Told the Sophists.- Identity over Time.- Two Levels of Modality: An Algebraic Approach.- Elzenberg's Logic of Values.- When May G.E.Moore's Definition of an Internal Relation Be Used Rationally?.- II. Historical Perspective.- History of Logic and the Criteria of Rationality.- On the Origin of Reductio AD Absurdum.- Premonition of Mathematical Logic in Aristotle's Prior Analytics.- "Impossibilia" of Siger of Brabant.- Defending Theses in Mathematics at a 19th Century University.- Basic Norm and Metalanguage. Historical Background of Kelsen's Ideas.- III. Logic and Natural Language.- Early Systems of Formal Pragmatics.- Deduction and the Concept of Assertion.- Methodological Interdependencies between Conceptualization and Operationalization in Empirical Social Sciences.- Game-Theoretical Semantics Applied to Definite Descriptions and Anaphora.- On Logical Analysis of Ordinary Sentences.- Game Theoretical Semantics with Value-Gaps and Discourse Analysis.- The Semantic and Formal Connections between Text Components.- Index of Names.

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  • publication date: 30/09/1990
  • ISBN13: 9780792309420
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 244
  • ID: 9780792309420
  • weight: 580
  • ISBN10: 0792309421

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