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This volume contains papers on truth, logic, semantics, and history of logic and philosophy. These papers are dedicated to Jan Wolenski to honor his 60th birthday. Jan Wolenski is professor of philosophy at the Department of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland. He is likely to be the most well-known Polish philosopher of this time, best known for his work on the history of the philosophy and logic of the Lvov-Warsaw School.
Preface. Part I: Truth. A Minimalist Critique of Tarski on Truth; P. Horwich. Is Strong Correspondence (Theory of Truth) Possible? P. Materna. Content and Likeness Definitions of Truthlikeness; I. Niiniluoto. Absolute Truth in a Changing World; P. Simons. Part II: Logic and Semantics. On the Epistemology of Game-theoretical Semantics; J. Hintikka. Can Majority be Supervalued? K. Kijania-Placek. On Belnap's Branching Space-Times; T. Placek. Partially Interpreted Henkin Quantifiers; G. Sandu. Tarski and Lesniewski on Languages with Meaning versus Languages without Use; G. Sundholm. Part III: History of Logic and Philosophy. Ajdukiewicz on Language Change and Truth; T. Czarnecki. Alfred Tarski and a Watershed Meeting in Logic: Cornell, 1957; S. Feferman. On Thinking about the Mental and the Physical; H. Hochberg. Bernard Bolzano's 'Wissenschaftslehre' and Polish Analytical Philosophy between 1894 and 1935; W. Künne. Dispositions, Their Bases and Correlates - Meinong's Analysis; K. Mulligan. Reactions to the Discovery of the Incompleteness Phenomenon; R. Murawski. Truthmakers, Truthbearers and the Objectivity of Truth; A. RojszczakDAGGER, B. Smith. The Extension of the Concept Abolished? Reflexions on a Fregean Dilemma; C. Thiel. Selected Bibliography of Jan Wolenski's Works. Index of Names.