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This collection of newly comissioned essays by international contributors offers a representative overview of the most important developments in contemporary philosophical logic.^Presents controversies in philosophical implications and applications of formal symbolic logic. ^Surveys major trends and offers original insights.


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This collection of newly comissioned essays by international contributors offers a representative overview of the most important developments in contemporary philosophical logic.^Presents controversies in philosophical implications and applications of formal symbolic logic. ^Surveys major trends and offers original insights.
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Preface.Acknowledgments.List of Contributors.Introduction: Logic, Philosophy, and Philosophical Logic. (Dale Jacquette).Part I: Historical Development of Logic.1. Ancient Greek Philosophical Logic. (Robin Smith).2. History of Logic: Medieval. (B.G. Sundholm and E.P. Bos).3. The Rise of Modern Logic. (Rolf George and James Van Evra).Part II. Symbolic Logic and Ordinary Language.4. Language, Logic, and Form. (Kent Bach).5. Puzzles About Intensionality. (Nathan Salmon).6. Symbolic Logic and Natural Language. (Emma Borg and Ernest Lepore).Part III: Philosophical Dimensions of Logical Paradoxes.7. Logical Paradoxes. (James Cargile).8. Semantical and Logical Paradox. (Keith Simmons).9. Philosophical Implications of Logical Paradoxes. (Roy A. Sorensen).Part IV: Truth and Definite Description in Semantic Analysis.10. Truth, the Liar, and Tarski's Semantics. (Gila Sher).11. Truth, the Liar, and Tarskian Truth Definition. (Greg Ray).12. Descriptions and Logical Form. (Gary Ostertag).13. Russell's Theory of Definite Descriptions as a Paradigm for Philosophy. (Gregory Landini).Part V: Concepts of Logical Consequence.14. Necessity, Meaning, and Rationality: The Notion of Logical Consequence. (Stewart Shapiro).15. Varieties of Consequence . (B.G. Sundholm).16. Modality of Deductively Valid Inference . (Dale Jacquette).Part VI Logic, Existence, and Ontology.17. Quantifiers, Being and Canonical Notation. (Paul Gochet).18. From Logic to Ontology: Some Problems of Predication, Negation and Possibility. (Herbert Hochberg).19. Putting Language First: The "Liberation" of Logic from Ontology. (Ermanno Bencivenga).Part VII: Metatheory and the Scope and Limits of Logic.20. Metatheory. (Alasdair Urquhart).21. Metatheory of Logics and the Characterization Problem. (Jan Wolenski).22. Logic in Finite Structures: Definability, Complexity, and Randomness. (Scott Weinstein).Part VIII: Logical Foundations of Set Theory and Mathematics.23. Logic and Ontology: Numbers and Sets. (Jos_ Benardete).24. Logical Foundations of Set Theory and Mathematics. (Mary Tiles) 25. Property-Theoretic Foundations of Mathematics. (Michael Jubien).Part IX: Modal Logics and Semantics.26. Modal Logic. (Johan van Benthem).27. First Order Alethic Modal Logic. (Melvin Fitting).28. Proofs and Expressiveness in Alethic Modal Logic. (Maarten de Rijke and Heinrich Wansing).29. Alethic Modal Logics and Semantics. (Gerhard Schurz.30. Epistemic Logic. (Nicholas Rescher).31. Deontic, Epistemic, and Temporal Modal Logics. (Risto Hilpinen).Part X: Intuitionistic, Free, and Many-Valued Logics.32. Intuitionism. (Dirk van Dalen and Mark van Atten).33. Many-Valued, Free, and Intuitionistic Logics. (Richard Grandy).34. Many-Valued Logic. (Grzegorz Malinowski).Part XI: Inductive, Fuzzy, and Quantum Probability Logics.35. Inductive Logic . (Stephen Glaister).36. Heterodox Probability Theory. (Peter Forrest).37. Why Fuzzy Logic?. (Petr Hfjek).Part XII: Relevance and Paraconsistent Logics.38. Relevance Logic. (Edwin Mares).39. Paraconsistency. (Bryson Brown).40. Logicians Setting Together Contradictories: A Perspective on Relevance, Paraconsistency, and Dialetheism. (Graham Priest).Part XIII: Logic, Machine Theory, and Cognitive Science.41. The Logical and the Physical. (Andrew W. Hodges).42. Modern Logic and its Role in the Study of Knowledge. (Peter A. Flach).43. Actions and Normative Positions. A Modal-Logical Approach . (Robert Demolomb and Andrew J.I. Jones).Part XIV: Mechanization of Logical Inference and Proof Discovery.44. The Automation of Sound Reasoning and Successful Proof Finding. (Larry Wos and Branden Fitelson).45. A Computational Logic for Applicative Common LISP. (J. Strother Moore and Matt Kaufmann).
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Preface.Acknowledgments.List of Contributors.Introduction: Logic, Philosophy, and Philosophical Logic: Dale Jacquette (Pennsylvania State University).Part I: Historical Development of Logic:1. Ancient Greek Philosophical Logic: Robin Smith (Texas A&M University).2. History of Logic: Medieval: B.G. Sundholm (Leiden University) and E.P. Bos (Leiden University).3. The Rise of Modern Logic: Rolf George (University of Waterloo) and James Van Evra (University of Waterloo).Part II: Symbolic Logic and Ordinary Language:4. Language, Logic, and Form: Kent Bach (San Francisco State University).5. Puzzles About Intensionality: Nathan Salmon (University of California, Santa Barbara).6. Symbolic Logic and Natural Language: Emma Borg (University of Reading) and Ernest Lepore (Rutgers University).Part III: Philosophical Dimensions of Logical Paradoxes:7. Logical Paradoxes: James Cargile (University of Virginia).8. Semantical and Logical Paradox: Keith Simmons (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill).9. Philosophical Implications of Logical Paradoxes: Roy A. Sorensen (Dartmouth College).Part IV: Truth and Definite Description in Semantic Analysis:10. Truth, the Liar, and Tarski''s Semantics: Gila Sher (University of California, San Diego).11. Truth, the Liar, and Tarskian Truth Definition: Greg Ray (University of Florida).12. Descriptions and Logical Form: Gary Ostertag (New York University).13. Russell''s Theory of Definite Descriptions as a Paradigm for Philosophy: Gregory Landini (University of Iowa).Part V: Concepts of Logical Consequence:14. Necessity, Meaning, and Rationality: The Notion of Logical Consequence: Stewart Shapiro (Ohio State University).15. Varieties of Consequence : B.G. Sundholm (Leiden University).16. Modality of Deductively Valid Inference : Dale Jacquette (Pennsylvania State University).Part VI Logic, Existence, and Ontology:17. Quantifiers, Being and Canonical Notation: Paul Gochet (University of Liege).18. From Logic to Ontology: Some Problems of Predication, Negation and Possibility: Herbert Hochberg (University of Texas).19. Putting Language First: The "Liberation" of Logic from Ontology: Ermanno Bencivenga (University of California, Irvine).Part VII: Metatheory and the Scope and Limits of Logic:20. Metatheory: Alasdair Urquhart (University of Toronto).21. Metatheory of Logics and the Characterization Problem: Jan Wolenski (Jagiellonian University).22. Logic in Finite Structures: Definability, Complexity, and Randomness: Scott Weinstein (University of Pennsylvania).Part VIII: Logical Foundations of Set Theory and Mathematics:23. Logic and Ontology: Numbers and Sets: Jose Benardete (Syracuse University).24. Logical Foundations of Set Theory and Mathematics: Mary Tiles (University of Hawaii) .25. Property-Theoretic Foundations of Mathematics: Michael Jubien (University of California, Davis).Part IX: Modal Logics and Semantics:26. Modal Logic: Johan van Benthem (University of Amsterdam).27. First Order Alethic Modal Logic: Melvin Fitting (City University of New York).28. Proofs and Expressiveness in Alethic Modal Logic: Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam) and Heinrich Wansing (Dresden University of Technology).29. Alethic Modal Logics and Semantics: Gerhard Schurz (University of Dusseldorf).30. Epistemic Logic: Nicholas Rescher (University of Pittsburgh).31. Deontic, Epistemic, and Temporal Modal Logics: Risto Hilpinen (University of Miami).Part X: Intuitionistic, Free, and Many-Valued Logics:32. Intuitionism: Dirk van Dalen (University of Utrecht) and Mark van Atten (University of Utrecht).33. Many-Valued, Free, and Intuitionistic Logics: Richard Grandy (Rice University).34. Many-Valued Logic: Grzegorz Malinowski (University of Lodz).Part XI: Inductive, Fuzzy, and Quantum Probability Logics:35. Inductive Logic : Stephen Glaister (University of Washington).36. Heterodox Probability Theory: Peter Forrest (University of New England).37. Why Fuzzy Logic?: Petr Hajek (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic).P
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 256112
  • Product Code 1405145757
  • EAN 9781405145756
  • Pages 832
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Blackwell Publishing
  • Publication Date Nov 2005
  • Dimensions 241 x 169 x 46mm
  • Weight 0.001kg
  • :preface. <p>acknowledgments.</p> <p>list Of Contributors.</p> <p>introduction: Logic, Philosophy, And Philosophical Logic. (dale Jacquette).</p> <p><b>part I: Historical Development Of Logic.</b></p> <p>1. Ancient Greek Philosophical Logic. (robin Smith).</p> <p>2. History Of Logic: Medieval. (b.g. Sundholm And E.p. Bos).</p> <p>3. The Rise Of Modern Logic. (rolf George And James Van Evra).</p> <p><b>part Ii. Symbolic Logic And Ordinary Language.</b></p> <p>4. Language, Logic, And Form. (kent Bach).</p> <p>5. Puzzles About Intensionality. (nathan Salmon).</p> <p>6. Symbolic Logic And Natural Language. (emma Borg And Ernest Lepore).</p> <p><b>part Iii: Philosophical Dimensions Of Logical Paradoxes.</b></p> <p>7. Logical Paradoxes. (james Cargile).</p> <p>8. Semantical And Logical Paradox. (keith Simmons).</p> <p>9. Philosophical Implications Of Logical Paradoxes. (roy A. Sorensen).</p> <p><b>part Iv: Truth And Definite Description In Semantic Analysis.</b></p> <p>10. Truth, The Liar, And Tarski's Semantics. (gila Sher).</p> <p>11. Truth, The Liar, And Tarskian Truth Definition. (greg Ray).</p> <p>12. Descriptions And Logical Form. (gary Ostertag).</p> <p>13. Russell's Theory Of Definite Descriptions As A Paradigm For Philosophy. (gregory Landini).</p> <p><b>part V: Concepts Of Logical Consequence.</b></p> <p>14. Necessity, Meaning, And Rationality: The Notion Of Logical Consequence. (stewart Shapiro).</p> <p>15. Varieties Of Consequence . (b.g. Sundholm).</p> <p>16. Modality Of Deductively Valid Inference . (dale Jacquette).</p> <p><b>part Vi Logic, Existence, And Ontology.</b></p> <p>17. Quantifiers, Being And Canonical Notation. (paul Gochet).</p> <p>18. From Logic To Ontology: Some Problems Of Predication, Negation And Possibility. (herbert Hochberg).</p> <p>19. Putting Language First: The "liberation" Of Logic From Ontology. (ermanno Bencivenga).</p> <p><b>part Vii: Metatheory And The Scope And Limits Of Logic.</b></p> <p>20. Metatheory. (alasdair Urquhart).</p> <p>21. Metatheory Of Logics And The Characterization Problem. (jan Wolenski).</p> <p>22. Logic In Finite Structures: Definability, Complexity, And Randomness. (scott Weinstein).</p> <p><b>part Viii: Logical Foundations Of Set Theory And Mathematics.</b></p> <p>23. Logic And Ontology: Numbers And Sets. (jos Benardete).</p> <p>24. Logical Foundations Of Set Theory And Mathematics. (mary Tiles) 25. Property-theoretic Foundations Of Mathematics. (michael Jubien).</p> <p><b>part Ix: Modal Logics And Semantics.</b></p> <p>26. Modal Logic. (johan Van Benthem).</p> <p>27. First Order Alethic Modal Logic. (melvin Fitting).</p> <p>28. Proofs And Expressiveness In Alethic Modal Logic. (maarten De Rijke And Heinrich Wansing).</p> <p>29. Alethic Modal Logics And Semantics. (gerhard Schurz.</p> <p>30. Epistemic Logic. (nicholas Rescher).</p> <p>31. Deontic, Epistemic, And Temporal Modal Logics. (risto Hilpinen).</p> <p><b>part X: Intuitionistic, Free, And Many-valued Logics.</b></p> <p>32. Intuitionism. (dirk Van Dalen And Mark Van Atten).</p> <p>33. Many-valued, Free, And Intuitionistic Logics. (richard Grandy).</p> <p>34. Many-valued Logic. (grzegorz Malinowski).</p> <p><b>part Xi: Inductive, Fuzzy, And Quantum Probability Logics.</b></p> <p>35. Inductive Logic . (stephen Glaister).</p> <p>36. Heterodox Probability Theory. (peter Forrest).</p> <p>37. Why Fuzzy Logic?. (petr Hjek).</p> <p><b>part Xii: Relevance And Paraconsistent Logics.</b></p> <p>38. Relevance Logic. (edwin Mares).</p> <p>39. Paraconsistency. (bryson Brown).</p> <p>40. Logicians Setting Together Contradictories: A Perspective On Relevance, Paraconsistency, And Dialetheism. (graham Priest).</p> <p><b>part Xiii: Logic, Machine Theory, And Cognitive Science.</b></p> <p>41. The Logical And The Physical. (andrew W. Hodges).</p> <p>42. Modern Logic And Its Role In The Study Of Knowledge. (peter A. Flach).</p> <p>43. Actions And Normative Positions. A Modal-logical Approach . (robert Demolomb And Andrew J.i. Jones).</p> <p><b>part Xiv: Mechanization Of Logical Inference And Proof Discovery.</b></p> <p>44. The Automation Of Sound Reasoning And Successful Proof Finding. (larry Wos And Branden Fitelson).</p> <p>45. A Computational Logic For Applicative Common Lisp. (j. Strother Moore And Matt Kaufmann).</p> <p>46. Sampling Labelled Deductive Systems. (d.m. Gabbay).</p> <p>resources For Further.</p> <p>index.</p>

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