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1198 | Word and object
- Quine
- 1960
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Citation Context ...he real point is simply that the speaker is the one to judge whether the substitution of S’ for S in the present context will forward his present or evolving program of activity to his satisfaction» (=-=[56]-=-, p. 160; emphasis added). Differences among different supporters of a logic would not then concern as to how a certain informal operator should be captured. Indeed, each different paraphrase cannot b... |

508 |
Elements of Symbolic Logic
- Reichenbach
- 1947
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Citation Context ...a compatibility in a third - integrative - way. To this aim, he developed the idea of a pragmatic analysis of sentences that was originally suggested by Frege [27, 28] and then refined by Reichenbach =-=[65]-=-. According to this conception, every sentence can be analyzed in terms of two distinct linguistic components (or features), each of them having different semiotic roles: the pragmatic mood and the ra... |

222 |
Methods of Logic
- Quine
- 1982
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Citation Context ... just a change of demarcation, either, between what to call logical truth and what to call extra-logical truth. It is a question rather of outright rejection of part of our logic as not true at all» (=-=[58]-=-, pp. 80-81; emphasis added). 2.2 Quine on alternative logics 2.2.1 Two kinds of conflicts As one would expect, the first attempts to argue for a revision of some classical principle or, in Carnap’s w... |

215 |
A history of western philosophy
- Russell
- 1945
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Citation Context ...is a] mere imaginary hook, from which the occurrences are supposed to hang [...] But when we take away the properties, and try to imagine the substance by itself, we find that there is nothing left» (=-=[69]-=-, p. 193). A suggestive attempt to individuate the essence of an operator, due to Priest, is worth mentioning: «Someone who rejects classical logic, say a paraconsistent logician, need not deny that t... |

184 |
The province of logic
- Kneale
- 1957
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Citation Context ... Philo there were disputes over the nature of conditionals, which were so long-lasting that «Callimachus wrote an epigram saying, ’Even the crows on the roofs crow about the nature of conditionals’» (=-=[35]-=-, p. 128). On the other hand, however, there are reasons to be sceptic about the relevance that Priest’s distinction has for Quine’s challenge. First of all, it seems deeply unclear how atheoryoflogic... |

160 |
The Logical Basis of Metaphysics
- Dummett
- 1991
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Citation Context ...ereas this was considered in disagreement with the view according to which mathematical results are products of a construction-based activity [12]; Later, intuitionistic logic was defended by Dummett =-=[22, 23, 24]-=-, on the basis that it is the only logic in agreement with what he considered the necessary constraints for any theory of meaning, namely the so-called “principle of manifestability”; -Quantumlogic,as... |

121 |
Philosophy of Logic&
- Haack
- 1978
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Citation Context ...dely proposed in conflict with CL, viz., as rivals. They are known as deviant (or alternative) logics and constitute a non-conservative critical logical response to orthodox logic. According to Haack =-=[31]-=-, a deviant logic can in first instance be described as a system such that the class of its wffs coincides with the class of the wffs of CL, but such that the class of its theorems/valid inferences di... |

117 |
Intuitionism — an Introduction
- Heyting
- 1956
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Citation Context ...tic assignment function -throughtherecursiveclauses-isolatesthepropertiesthatanynotionoftruth must satisfy. 14The rules are only analogous to the rules given in Heyting’s definition of “truth” for IL =-=[33]-=-. In Dalla Pozza’s words, they are intuitionistic-like rules (notice that they indeed do not mention the constraint that the radical must be atomic).CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 63 his methods clearl... |

110 |
Truth and Other Enigmas.
- Dummett
- 1978
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Citation Context ...ereas this was considered in disagreement with the view according to which mathematical results are products of a construction-based activity [12]; Later, intuitionistic logic was defended by Dummett =-=[22, 23, 24]-=-, on the basis that it is the only logic in agreement with what he considered the necessary constraints for any theory of meaning, namely the so-called “principle of manifestability”; -Quantumlogic,as... |

67 |
2008: Saving Truth from Paradox
- Field
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Citation Context ...clear only to the extent that we know how to divide up such firmly held principles into those that are “meaning constitutive" or “analytic" and those which aren’t, and this is notoriously difficult» (=-=[25]-=-, p. 176). Quine has anyway an advantage over the others, for he can tolerate the absence of a clear idea of “meaning” better than the supporter of the weak notion. Quine’s reply to Field could be ind... |

67 |
An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth
- Russell
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Citation Context ...which contain only atomic radicals, endowed with one of the usual sets of axioms for IL in assertive disguise (e.g., the axiom ((s ) ), where and only contain atomic radicals). A suitable 8See, e.g., =-=[68]-=-,[16],[45],[11].CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 57 rule for the pragmatic renderings of modus-ponens is of course included in both calculi ( ` , `( ! ) ` for ACPC; , for AIPC, where and only contain ato... |

40 |
Fuzzy logic and its application to approximate reasoning
- Zadeh
- 1974
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Citation Context ...t trivial (thus preventing to derive every sentence). 2 For example, Bohr’s model of the atom was inconsistent with Maxwell’s equations, but no trivialization was conceded on the whole; - Fuzzy logic =-=[77]-=- rejected the Principle of Bivalence on the basis that it does not allow for the treatment of sentences containing vague expressions. The peculiar character of deviant systems is a bit clearer now. Th... |

37 | Distinctions without a difference’. - McGee, McLaughlin - 1994 |

35 |
The Analytic and the Synthetic
- Putnam
- 1965
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Citation Context ...-cluster concepts are constituted not by a bundle of properties [...] but by a cluster of laws [and any of them] can be abandoned without destroying the identity of the law-cluster concept involved» (=-=[53]-=-, pp. 50-52). Such an identity would be enough to allow for a Gc-scenario and for the refinement of a logic, which would be thus able to individuate a core meaning of the operators, within a minimalis... |

35 |
On the concept of logical consequence
- Tarski
- 1956
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Citation Context ...ion of logical consequence» ([4], p. 491, emphasis added). The idea that the intuitive notion of logical consequence is in fact not really welldetermined is not new in logical studies. Already Tarski =-=[74]-=- was aware that the clarity of this notion is not superior to the clarity of other concepts of everyday-language, so 43CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 44 that every attempt to define it would inevitably... |

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Carnap and Logical Truth,
- Quine
- 1963
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Citation Context ...tronger evidence of a change in usage than the repudiation of what had been obvious, and no stronger evidence of bad translation than that it translates earnest affirmations into obvious falsehoods» (=-=[57]-=- pp. 351, 355; emphasis added). 7 Finally, from the reasoning in (G), one concludes that the only possible scenario for a conflict is the one where the deviant logician challenges CL not as inadequate... |

30 | Logical Pluralism
- Beall, Restall
- 2006
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Citation Context ...t chapter, we will introduce two recent approaches in this sense, in the perspective of some logical pluralism.Chapter 4 Logical Pluralism 4.1 Beall and Restall’s logical pluralism Beall and Restall =-=[4, 5, 6]-=- proposed a view about plurality in logic based on the tenet that the central notion in logical theorizing is the notion of “logical consequence” - or “follow from”. They hold that this notion is esse... |

29 |
Doubt Truth to be a Liar.
- Priest
- 2006
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Citation Context ...nciple of Bivalence, as Lukasiewicz maintains). Not unexpectedly then, Graham Priest considers «the analogy between non-standard logics and non-Euclidean geometries an important and interesting one» (=-=[51]-=-, p. 156). Euclid’s fifth postulate was indeed considered correct (better, true) forcenturies,eveniftherehadalwaysbeen doubts about its self-evidence. 3 [14], p. xv.CHAPTER 2. QUINE’S CHALLENGE 11 Ho... |

28 |
Is logic empirical
- Putnam
- 1969
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Citation Context ...hat it is the only logic in agreement with what he considered the necessary constraints for any theory of meaning, namely the so-called “principle of manifestability”; -Quantumlogic,asdefendedbyPutnam=-=[54]-=-,rejectedtheLawofDistributivityon the basis of its being “empirically refuted” by the experiments; - Three-valued logic rejected the Principle of Bivalence and was proposed by Lukasiewicz [36] on the ... |

17 |
Towards a logic for pragmatics. Assertions and conjectures
- Bellin, Biasi
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Citation Context .... Let us notice however that dpGP has been already applied also to other logics (e.g., Quantum logic [29] and Substructural logics [7]) and that there is a lot of work in progress on the subject (see =-=[8, 59, 60]-=-). From what we said throughout, it seems that, when one wants to claim that two systems of logics are compatible, one can only show either that a complete inter-translation is possible which save the... |

16 |
Possible Worlds: An Introduction to Logic and Its Philosophy.
- Bradley, Swartz
- 1979
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Citation Context ...nly atomic radicals, endowed with one of the usual sets of axioms for IL in assertive disguise (e.g., the axiom ((s ) ), where and only contain atomic radicals). A suitable 8See, e.g., [68],[16],[45],=-=[11]-=-.CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 57 rule for the pragmatic renderings of modus-ponens is of course included in both calculi ( ` , `( ! ) ` for ACPC; , for AIPC, where and only contain atomic radicals). ... |

16 | Harmony and Autonomy in Classical Logic. - Read - 2000 |

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On the significance of the principle of the excluded middle in mathematics, especially in function theory. Address delivered on 21 September 1923 at the annual convention of the Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung in Marburg an der Lahn
- Brouwer
- 1923
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Citation Context ... the resolution of each and every mathematical problem, whereas this was considered in disagreement with the view according to which mathematical results are products of a construction-based activity =-=[12]-=-; Later, intuitionistic logic was defended by Dummett [22, 23, 24], on the basis that it is the only logic in agreement with what he considered the necessary constraints for any theory of meaning, nam... |

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Philosophical Foundations of Physics. Basic
- Carnap
- 1966
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Citation Context ... contain only atomic radicals, endowed with one of the usual sets of axioms for IL in assertive disguise (e.g., the axiom ((s ) ), where and only contain atomic radicals). A suitable 8See, e.g., [68],=-=[16]-=-,[45],[11].CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 57 rule for the pragmatic renderings of modus-ponens is of course included in both calculi ( ` , `( ! ) ` for ACPC; , for AIPC, where and only contain atomic r... |

10 | A Kripke-style semantics for the intuitionistic logic of pragmatics ILP
- Bellin, Ranalter
- 2003
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Citation Context .... Let us notice however that dpGP has been already applied also to other logics (e.g., Quantum logic [29] and Substructural logics [7]) and that there is a lot of work in progress on the subject (see =-=[8, 59, 60]-=-). From what we said throughout, it seems that, when one wants to claim that two systems of logics are compatible, one can only show either that a complete inter-translation is possible which save the... |

9 |
What Not? A Defence of Dialetheic Theory of Negation
- Priest
- 1999
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Citation Context ...hanging the laws is changing the subject. [Yet] such a person needs only be suggesting a revision of a theory of logic, not logic itself. One cannot simply assume that classical logic gets it right» (=-=[48]-=-, p. 102; italics in the text). 3 A deviant logician could then genuinely disagree with CL at the level of the theory, namely about which logic best describes a certain underlying phenomenon (the info... |

8 |
Die Logische Aufbau der Welt. Leipzig: Felix Meiner Verlag
- Carnap
- 1928
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Citation Context ...o external data to “get right”» ([42], p. 542). Hence, his meaningchange thesis could be so expanded: “change of logic, change of subject, change of 10 Or “rational reconstruction”, in Carnap’s words =-=[13]-=-. Carnap introduced this notion to explain how formal methods can be applied to philosophical problems involving informal concepts of ordinary language.CHAPTER 2. QUINE’S CHALLENGE 21 language”. With... |

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2003, Quine and Slater on paraconsistency and deviance
- Paoli
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Citation Context ...e has in an imaginary pragmatic scenario. In this work, we will then focus mainly on clues about the first argument, since touching upon «the thorny issues related with indeterminacy of translation» (=-=[42]-=-, p. 542) would lead us too far from our aims. CHAPTER 2. QUINE’S CHALLENGE 14 G1 (first argument): -(a)AGc-scenarioinvolvingadeviantandaclassicallogicianwouldbepossible only if they both wanted t... |

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2007, Implicational paradoxes and the meaning of logical constants
- Paoli
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Citation Context ...-rules for an operator. The second one is the “holistic meaning” -meanttobe«themeaningof[theoperator]asencodedintherelationshipsbetween[theoperator] itself and the other [operators] in the language» (=-=[43]-=-, p. 556). According to Paoli, in the framework of a deductive system, namely a sequent calculi S, one can express both these two aspects. He calls the first one operational meaning, definedbytheopera... |

6 |
Harmony and Modality. In
- Read
- 2008
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Citation Context ...uctural distinction for a sequent calculi S is not firm, but dependent on the specific axiomatization of S. For a more detailed critique to Paoli, see [34]. Other minimalist attempts are developed in =-=[64]-=- and [67]. 9One of the classical problems here is connected indeed to the notion of meaning defined by the introduction-rules and elimination-rules for an operator. This notion must face the tradition... |

5 | Teorie dell’assurdo. I rivali del Principio di Non-Contraddizione - Berto |

5 |
A semantic analysis of a logic for pragmatics with assertions, obligations and causal implication
- Ranalter
- 2008
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Citation Context .... Let us notice however that dpGP has been already applied also to other logics (e.g., Quantum logic [29] and Substructural logics [7]) and that there is a lot of work in progress on the subject (see =-=[8, 59, 60]-=-). From what we said throughout, it seems that, when one wants to claim that two systems of logics are compatible, one can only show either that a complete inter-translation is possible which save the... |

5 |
Carnap’s Tolerance, Meaning and Logical Pluralism
- Restall
- 2002
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Citation Context ... to ban the choice of this or that logic, but to explore the consequences of such choices. [For Carnap], all there is to logic is language adoption, and language adoption is radically unconstrained» (=-=[67]-=-, pp. 429, 430). The unique accepted notion of validity from this perspective is an internal one - a systemrelative validity - so that an argument cannot be merely said to be valid/invalid, but valid/... |

5 | Steps towards a dynamic constructivism - Sambin |

4 |
Monism: The One True Logic, in: A Logical Approach to Philosophy
- Read
- 2006
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Citation Context ...ee-valued logic rejected the Principle of Bivalence and was proposed by Lukasiewicz [36] on the grounds that CL was unable to govern future-tense sentences without leading to fatalism; -Relevancelogic=-=[63]-=-wasdefendedbyarguingagainsttheclassicalparadoxesof implication and on the basis that any deduction should be such that the premises are effectively and materially involved in the inference toward the ... |

4 | Frege’s Judgement Stroke and the Conception of Logic as the Study of Inference not Consequence
- Smith
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Citation Context ...tenet that (classical) logic deals with the recognition of the truth-value of a sentence, rather than with the truth-value itself. This was the original conception of logic as developed by Frege (see =-=[72]-=-). Recently, it has been endorsed by Martin-Löf [37].CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 60 They are different things tout court, but equally employable by users, giventhatthey belong to the same language i... |

3 |
The philosophy of alternative logics
- Aberdein, Read
- 2009
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Citation Context ...pplied to natural argumentation is still in its earliest stages, but much recent work toward the provision of a general account of logical systems may lend itself to the advancement of this program» (=-=[1]-=-, p. 698. See, e.g., Sambin’s Basic Logic [70]). This minimalism about logic - not to be confused with the minimalism about the meaning of logical operators indicated above - is developed nevertheless... |

3 | Defending Logical Pluralism
- Beall, Restall
- 2001
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Citation Context ...t chapter, we will introduce two recent approaches in this sense, in the perspective of some logical pluralism.Chapter 4 Logical Pluralism 4.1 Beall and Restall’s logical pluralism Beall and Restall =-=[4, 5, 6]-=- proposed a view about plurality in logic based on the tenet that the central notion in logical theorizing is the notion of “logical consequence” - or “follow from”. They hold that this notion is esse... |

3 |
The Structure of Logical Consequence: Proof-Theoretic Conceptions.
- Hjortland
- 2010
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Citation Context ...bove, let us just notice that the operational/structural distinction for a sequent calculi S is not firm, but dependent on the specific axiomatization of S. For a more detailed critique to Paoli, see =-=[34]-=-. Other minimalist attempts are developed in [64] and [67]. 9One of the classical problems here is connected indeed to the notion of meaning defined by the introduction-rules and elimination-rules for... |

3 |
Revising Logic
- Resnik
- 2004
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Citation Context ...ptable proofs. Have I revised my logic, while continuing to mean the same by “not” and “or” or have I decided to use those words with a different meaning? I don’t perceive a fact of the matter here» (=-=[66]-=-, p. 180). From the reasoning in the conclusion of the last section, it follows that a relevant critique to Quine’s meaning-change thesis should be addressed to G1, more than to G2. Now, G1 is mainly ... |

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Where in the (world wide) web of belief is the law of non-contradiction?", Nous
- Arnold
- 2007
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Citation Context ...pic of logical revision do not appear stable throughout his texts. Usually, this passage of Quine in Two Dogmas of Empiricism (1960) is quoted to express the ideas of the “radical Quine” - as Shapiro =-=[2]-=- calls it: «[No sentence] is immune to revision. Revision even of the logical law of the excluded middle has been proposed as a mean of simplifying quantum mechanics; and what difference is there in p... |

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Dalla Pozza C. (2002), “A pragmatic interpretation of substructural logics
- Bellin
- 2002
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Citation Context ...om B&R’s approach); (i) - It should constitute a general way to understand the relations between different logics and to resolve possible conflicts. We hold that Dalla Pozza’s global pluralism (dpGP) =-=[19, 29, 7, 20]-=- meets these desiderata. The starting point of dpGP is the following tenet: two logics cannot both deal with the notion of truth or with the same logical operators. In order to better appreciate Dalla... |

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Logische Syntax der Sprache”, Springer-Verlag, Vienna; Eng. trans. as “The Logical Syntax of Language”, Open
- Carnap
- 1934
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Citation Context ...metries an important and interesting one» ([51], p. 156). Euclid’s fifth postulate was indeed considered correct (better, true) forcenturies,eveniftherehadalwaysbeen doubts about its self-evidence. 3 =-=[14]-=-, p. xv.CHAPTER 2. QUINE’S CHALLENGE 11 However, there is something about logic that one would say is “special”: «If sheer logic is not conclusive, what is? What higher tribunal could abrogate the lo... |

2 | Charles Morris on Pragmatism and Logical Empiricism”, collected - Carnap - 1963 |

2 |
Let a thousand flowers bloom
- Cook
- 2010
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Citation Context ...calobjects,and the Bohr construction is a model of an atom. In other words, a formal language displays certain features of natural languages, or idealizations [...] while simplifying other features» (=-=[17]-=-, p. 500). In this way, the behaviour and the properties of the logical operators in the system constitute a model of the behaviour and the properties of the logical expressions in the natural languag... |

2 | Una logica pragmatica per la concezione “espressiva” delle norme”, in: “Logica delle Norme - C - 1997 |

2 |
Logiche devianti e logiche substrutturali: aspetti filosofici”, abstract of a Seminar at the
- C
- 2002
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Citation Context ...culus -extended logics: modal, tense, deontic, epistemic, preference, erotetic logics -deviant logics: many-valued, intuitionistic, quantum, free logics -inductive logics -Classification2(Dalla Pozza =-=[21]-=-): -standard logic: classical logic -non-standard logics: supplementary logics: extended: modal,epistemic,deontic,tenselogics integrative: pragmaticlogic deviant logics: many-valued: 3-valued,fuzzylog... |

2 |
What is a Theory of meaning? 1”, collected
- Dummett
- 1975
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Citation Context ...ereas this was considered in disagreement with the view according to which mathematical results are products of a construction-based activity [12]; Later, intuitionistic logic was defended by Dummett =-=[22, 23, 24]-=-, on the basis that it is the only logic in agreement with what he considered the necessary constraints for any theory of meaning, namely the so-called “principle of manifestability”; -Quantumlogic,as... |

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Grundgesetze der Arithmetik 1”, Pohle, Jene (Olms
- Frege
- 1962
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Citation Context ...inean meaning-change thesis and to reach a compatibility in a third - integrative - way. To this aim, he developed the idea of a pragmatic analysis of sentences that was originally suggested by Frege =-=[27, 28]-=- and then refined by Reichenbach [65]. According to this conception, every sentence can be analyzed in terms of two distinct linguistic components (or features), each of them having different semiotic... |

2 |
Truth versus Testability
- Garola
- 1992
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Citation Context ...om B&R’s approach); (i) - It should constitute a general way to understand the relations between different logics and to resolve possible conflicts. We hold that Dalla Pozza’s global pluralism (dpGP) =-=[19, 29, 7, 20]-=- meets these desiderata. The starting point of dpGP is the following tenet: two logics cannot both deal with the notion of truth or with the same logical operators. In order to better appreciate Dalla... |

2 | Eine Interpretation des Intuitionistichen Aussagenkalkulus”, Ergebnisse eines - Gödel - 1933 |

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Philosophy of Logics”, Cambrdige
- Haack
- 1978
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Citation Context ...ical) logic in principle; he is instead conservative about logic in practice (through the application of his maxim of minimum mutilation). 2.3.2 Immanent vs. transcendent operators According to Haack =-=[32]-=-, one can say that a formal system is a logic when an isomorphism is shown to hold between the system and a “structured part of reality”. For example, she considers many-valued calculi as logics in th... |

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O logice trójwartościowej” (in Polish), Ruch filozoficzny 5:170–171. English translation: “On three-valued logic
- Lukasiewicz
- 1920
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Citation Context ...byPutnam[54],rejectedtheLawofDistributivityon the basis of its being “empirically refuted” by the experiments; - Three-valued logic rejected the Principle of Bivalence and was proposed by Lukasiewicz =-=[36]-=- on the grounds that CL was unable to govern future-tense sentences without leading to fatalism; -Relevancelogic[63]wasdefendedbyarguingagainsttheclassicalparadoxesof implication and on the basis that... |

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On the Meanings of the Logical Constants and the
- Per
- 1996
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Citation Context ...ion of the truth-value of a sentence, rather than with the truth-value itself. This was the original conception of logic as developed by Frege (see [72]). Recently, it has been endorsed by Martin-Löf =-=[37]-=-.CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 60 They are different things tout court, but equally employable by users, giventhatthey belong to the same language in a deep sense. Choosing one of them is not a metaph... |

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Anti-realism and the Epistemology of Understanding”, collected
- McDowell
- 1981
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Citation Context ...matic theory of understanding (the meaning) - and between a semantic notion (truth) and a pragmatic criterion to establish the truth of a sentence ([32], pp. 86-91; for details on such critiques, see =-=[38, 44, 19]-=-).CHAPTER 2. QUINE’S CHALLENGE 25 mechanics. They concluded from this that the theories are incommensurable, i.e. that no direct comparison of content is possible between them. But they did not infer... |

2 |
Pragmatism and Logical Empiricism”, collected
- Morris
- 1963
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Citation Context ...sentences), combining within one and the same language both the descriptive aspect and the pragmatic/illocutionary aspect of a sentence - in a logical-semiotic perspective already suggested by Morris =-=[40]-=-. Let us describe in more details the pragmatic language introduced by Dalla Pozza to treat the supposed conflict between CL and IL. We will see that Dalla Pozza’s crucial philosophical idea - that no... |

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Logiche Non Classiche
- Palladino
- 2007
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Citation Context ...many-valued: 3-valued,fuzzylogics non-classical 2-valued: intuitionistic,quantum, paraconsistent logics substructural logics: non-monotonic, relevance, linear, basic logics -Classification3(Palladino =-=[41]-=-): -classical logic -extended logics: Kripke’s, minimal modal, alethic, deontic, epistemic, tense logics -alternative logics: many-valued, relevance, conditional, intuitionistic, paraconsistent logics... |

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The theory of meaning
- Peacocke
- 1981
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Citation Context ...matic theory of understanding (the meaning) - and between a semantic notion (truth) and a pragmatic criterion to establish the truth of a sentence ([32], pp. 86-91; for details on such critiques, see =-=[38, 44, 19]-=-).CHAPTER 2. QUINE’S CHALLENGE 25 mechanics. They concluded from this that the theories are incommensurable, i.e. that no direct comparison of content is possible between them. But they did not infer... |

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Dummett on a Theory of Meaning and Its Impact on Logic”, collected
- Prawitz
- 1987
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Citation Context ...logic, that is to a clear incompatibility-scenario; and one cannot really see how mere a conflict can be whose outcome is an incompatibility. Indeed, philosophers such as Dummett [23, 22] and Prawitz =-=[47]-=- have argued - contra Quine, in their view - that even a terminological disagreement can lead to a real conflict if two logics disagree on general meaning-theoretical principles. The typical case is t... |

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Logic: One or Many?”, in “Logical Consequence
- Priest
- 2001
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Citation Context ...a deep sense). In this way, one would show that in fact an equal dignity is guaranteed to each logic. But such a result is anyway not easy to reach in B&R’s framework, because - as observed by Priest =-=[49]-=- - different types of cases endorse as a matter of fact different theories of vernacular connectives, which are based on different truth-conditions (so, different meanings) and cannot all be right, if... |

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Two Dogmas of Empiricism”, originally published in The Philosophical Review
- Quine
- 1951
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Citation Context ... as a mean of simplifying quantum mechanics; and what difference is there in principle between such a shift and the shift whereby Kepler superseded Ptolemy, or Einstein Newton, or Darwin Aristotle?» (=-=[55]-=-, p. 43). This passage is then put in tension with the rationale in “Philosophy of Logic” (1970) [55] that we have sketched above, which is supposed to imply that (classical) logic cannot be reformed.... |

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Faggian C. (2000), “Basic logic: Reflection, symmetry, visibility
- Battilotti
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Citation Context ...ts earliest stages, but much recent work toward the provision of a general account of logical systems may lend itself to the advancement of this program» ([1], p. 698. See, e.g., Sambin’s Basic Logic =-=[70]-=-). This minimalism about logic - not to be confused with the minimalism about the meaning of logical operators indicated above - is developed nevertheless in a perspective that we do not consider part... |

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The proof-explanation of logical constants is logically neutral”, Revue internationale de philosophie n
- Sundholm
- 2004
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Citation Context ...are accepted in the metalanguage for PL - shows that non-classical procedures of proof are not required in order to express intuitionistic logic. An analogous point of view is defended by Sundholm in =-=[73]-=-, where he maintains that constructivism and intuitionistic logic must not necessarily go hand in hand. Besides, these results strengthen Quine’s observation that one can practice «a very considerable... |

2 |
The Concept of Truth in Formalized Languages”, collected
- Tarski
- 1956
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Citation Context ...ly there would not be an interesting pluralism at all, for the universality of logic would be impossible and our rationality 2The latter is meant to be exhaustively described by Tarski’s truth theory =-=[75]-=- and adequately captured only by CL.CHAPTER 4. LOGICAL PLURALISM 53 should be considered defeated. We hold that dpGP is a promising extensive approach able to satisfy both constraints. In order to ob... |