Philosophical Logic in Poland / Edition 1

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Overview

Poland has played an enormous role in the development of mathematical logic. Leading Polish logicians, like Lesniewski, Lukasiewicz and Tarski, produced several works related to philosophical logic, a field covering different topics relevant to philosophical foundations of logic itself, as well as various individual sciences. This collection presents contemporary Polish work in philosophical logic which in many respects continue the Polish way of doing philosophical logic.
This book will be of interest to logicians, mathematicians, philosophers, and linguists.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048142767
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/7/2010
  • Series: Synthese Library Series , #228
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1993
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 367
  • Product dimensions: 0.78 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 6.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Morals of Thought and Speech; J.M. Bochenski. What has Logic given to Philosophy? J.m. Bochenski. Classical, Relativistic and Constructivist Ways of Asserting Theorems; A. Grzegorczyk. Semantic Niches or a Logic for Historians; H. Hiz. Objects and Properties; J.J. Jadacki. Inferential Many-Valuedness; G. Malinowski. A Jaskowski-style System of Computer-Assisted Deduction; W. Marciszewski. Hilbert's Program: Incompleteness Theorems vs. Partial Realization; R. Murawski. The Logic of Objects; E. Nieznanski. Non-Fregean Semantics for Sentences; M. Omyla. Relational Semantics for Non-Classical Logics: Formulas are Relations; E. Orlowska. Non-Standard Possible Worlds, Generalized Quantifiers and Modal Logic; J. Pasniczek. Against the Straightforward Anti-Realism; T. Placek. A Minimal Implicational Logic; W.A. Pogorzelski. A Logic of Knowledge; C. Rauszer. Characterizing Propositional Logics by Formulas; T. Skura. The Reification of Situations; R. Suszko. Intuitionism and Determinism (Tense-Logical Considerations); K. Trzesicki. Asymmetrical Relations; P. Turnau. Types of Predication; E. Wojciechowski. Remarks on Extensionality and Intensionality; J. Wolenski. On the Synthetic a priori; B. Wolniewicz. Realism vs. Relativism in Philosophy of Science (Some Comments on Tarski's Theory of Truth; R. Wójcicki. Name Index.

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