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  1. A Companion to Philosophical Logic (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
  2. The Power of Logic by C. Layman, 2004-02-23
  3. Language, Proof and Logic (Book & CD-ROM) by Jon Barwise, John Etchemendy, 2002-04-01
  4. Theories of Judgment: Psychology, Logic, Phenomenology (Modern European Philosophy) by Martin Wayne, 2008-12-18
  5. An Introduction to Formal Logic by Peter Smith, 2003-12-08
  6. Introduction to Logic by Irving M. Copi, 2001-10
  7. Heidegger and Logic: The Place of Lcgos in Being and Time (Continuum Studies in Continental Philosophy) by Greg Shirley, 2010-05-18
  8. Common Sense: A Contemporary Defense (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy) by Noah Lemos, 2010-06-10
  9. Proof and Other Dilemmas: Mathematics and Philosophy (Spectrum) by Bonnie Gold & Roger A. Simons, 2008-07-08
  10. Logic with Trees: An Introduction to Symbolic Logic by Colin Howson, 1997-03-25
  11. Logic: An Introduction (Fundamentals of Philosophy) by Greg Restall, 2004-10-30
  12. Logical Forms: An Introduction to Philosophical Logic by Mark Sainsbury, 2001-01-09
  13. The Logic of Real Arguments by Alec Fisher, 2004-10-25
  14. Understanding Symbolic Logic (5th Edition) by Virginia Klenk, 2007-04-29

61. Richard Zach Approximating Propositional Calculi By Finite-
PROFESSOR OF philosophy Home CV Teaching Publications Research philosophyDepartment Approximating propositional calculi by finitevalued logics.
Richard Zach Home CV Teaching Publications ... Philosophy Department
Approximating propositional calculi by finite-valued logics
24th International Symposium on Multiple Valued Logic.
Boston. Proceedings
(IEEE Press, Los Alamitos, 1994) 257-263
(with Matthias Baaz) Abstract: The problem of approximating a propositional calculus is to find many-valued logics which are sound for the calculus (i.e., all theorems of the calculus are tautologies) with as few tautologies as possible. This has potential applications for representing (computationally complex) logics used in AI by (computationally easy) many-valued logics. It is investigated how far this method can be carried using (1) one or (2) an infinite sequence of many-valued logics. It is shown that the optimal candidate matrices for (1) can be computed from the calculus. Download
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62. Middle-Earth III Strategy Game. Sage Skill.
logics (req. philosophy, Mathematics) The sage has grasped the ideaof mathematical logics. Run Establishment, philosophy, logics)
Middle-Earth III
Sage Skill
"Science needs sacrifices. You qualify." Sages are those scientific folk, who explode one laboratory after another, and still have the insolence to demand new money from the lord to fund their research. All game research is done by sages. Every month a sage can generate a research point (if he is supplied with all required materials for his experiments... research of gunpowder can result in larger expenses you expected). The chance to generate the research point is determined by the sage's research skill. GM is free to add positive or negative modifiers to the research skill, depending on research difficulty, current tech level, sage other abilities (theoretically) and GM's mood (practically). If research skill roll was successful, then one research point is added to the project total. Players never know the amount of research point required to finish the project. If research skill roll was failed, then something bad may happen. This, too, depends mostly on GM's mood and sense of humour, but may be also affected by other factors (including a die roll). Sage abilities and their descriptions:
  • Philosophy The sage is talented in all things of philosophical nature. He can answer any question now. Unfortunately, he's only got a single answer: "What for?".

63. Philosophy Courses
logics as manyvalued and intuitionistic logics, foundations of mathematics, paradoxes,nontruth-functional logics, and issues in the philosophy of language
Department of Philosophy and Religion
Course Descriptions PHILOSOPHY (730:50) INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (R) (3) An exploration of philosophical problems, such as truth, justice, mind, and person, with a view to surveying the field and locating such particular philosophical specialties within it as logic, ethics, and metaphysics. PROBLEMS OF IDENTITY A philosophical examination of the question, "Who am I?" Study of texts in philosophy and the human sciences that encourage the student to confront the problem of his or her own identity. INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC (R) (3) An introduction to modem symbolic logic, with an emphasis on methods for the evaluation and construction of deductive arguments, and on the concepts of validity, consistency, and implication. Topics selected from among the following: informal fallacies, logic and ordinary language, induction, the scientific
method, the logic of Aristotle, and the relation between logic and other areas in philosophy. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY I (R) (3) The beginnings and early developments of Western philosophy. Readings selected from among the pre-Socratics, Plato, Aristotle, Maimonides, Aquinas, and Occam. Topics may include the nature of argument, political loyalty and political dissent, justice, normative ethics, causality, and the existence of God.

64. Hippias: Limited Area Search Of Philosophy On The Internet
Peter Suber, NonStandard logics A Bibliography of Non-Standard logics PeterSuber, philosophy Department, Earlham College Categorical logic Combinatory of Mathematics&13

65. Hippias: Limited Area Search Of Philosophy On The Internet
logic*' Matches 1 through 25 follow Peter Suber, NonStandard logics A Bibliographyof Non-Standard logics Peter Suber, philosophy Department, Earlham*

66. PPP - Seminars, Conferences And Meetings
J. Perzanowski. Tadeusz Czezowski (18891981). The Legacy logics, philosophy andEthics Torun, 27-28 IV 1999 Org. prof. W. Tyburski and prof. R. Wisniewski.
Seminars, conferences and meetings Meaning and value-modality.
The 70th of Das literarische Kunstwerk of Roman Ingarden
Torun, 17-18 IV 1999
Org. prof. J. Perzanowski Tadeusz Czezowski (1889-1981).
The Legacy: Logics, Philosophy and Ethics
Torun, 27-28 IV 1999
Org. prof. W. Tyburski and prof. R. Wisniewski 11th International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science
Org. prof. Jan Wolenski
(Institute of Philosophy, Jagellonic University, Cracow) The Dynamics of Life and the Shapes of Life:
Vital, Existential, Creative
Org. by World Phenomenology Institute (prof. A.T. Tymieniecka) and Institute of Philosophy of Jagellonic University, Cracow (prof. J. Lipiec) Informations: dr. Piotr Mroz
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67. Jerzy Perzanowski
the manner of Lemmon. Habilitation in logic and philosophy (1990)Modal logics and philosophy (in Polish). Editor of Reports on
Jerzy Waclaw Perzanowski (1943-
E-mail: Born April, 23 1943, Aix-Les-Bains, (France) Ph. D. thesis (1973): The deduction theorems for the modal propositional calculi formalized after the manner of Lemmon Habilitation in logic and philosophy (1990): Modal logics and philosophy (in Polish) Editor of: Reports on Mathematical Logic 1973 - 1978, 1985 - (editor-in-chief and coauthor), Logic and Logical Philosophy 1993 - (editor-in-chief and coauthor), Studia Logica 1979 - 1985, 1991 - 1993, European Yearbook of Philosophy 1989 -, Axiomathes 1992 -, Philosophia Scientifica 1992 - History of Philosophy and Logical Analysis 1995 - . Professor of logic in Poland at the Department of Logic Nicholas Copernicus University (TorĂșn) and at the Department of Logic Jagiellonian University (Krakow)
Research Interests
Ontology, modal logics, mathematical logic, philosophical logi, philosophy of logic.
Selected list of writings
(publications in Polish are not enclosed)
  • "A linguistic criterion of structural incompleteness," Bulletin of the Section of Logic
  • "The first list of the deduction theorems characteristic for several modal calculi formalized after the manner of Lemmon,"
  • 68. Philosophy
    Included are classical, minimal, intuitionistic,first order, second order, free,fuzzy, intensional, and modal logics. HPL 443 The philosophy of Language (30-3
    Bolded words indicate the titles and credit considerations of each course. Bulleted titles indicate those courses offered during the Fall 2000 semester. HPL 339 Ethics (3-0-3) Ethics (3-0-3)
    A discussion and critical analysis of leading contemporary ethical theories, including utilitarianism, intuitionism, and existentialism, among others. Attention will be given to the role of reason and judgment in ethics, thenature of justification of moral principles, as well as to the application of the ethical theories to current problems concerning personal, social, and political life. HPL 340 Social and Political Philosophy (3-0-3)
    A study of the relation of the individual to society and the state. Major issues to be examined include the nature of freedom, justice, and equality; the political alternatives of liberalism, socialism, conservation,and anarchism; the nature of political authority; social class and alienation; and alternative conceptions of democracy. Readings from such theorists as Mill, Marx, Rawls, Nozick, and Habermas. HPL 346 Modern Philosophy (3-0-3)
    The philosophy of Immanuel Kant. Readings from his works on reason, science, and morals.

    69. Center For Logic, Epistemology And The History Of The Science -
    Model and Proof Theory of NonClassical logics; Algebraic Aspects of Non-Classicallogics; Computability Theory; Foundations of Set Theory; philosophy of Logic. The

    70. WCP'2000: Invited Speakers
    Other Strict Finitist Reflections; Vladimir L. VASYUKOV, Department of Logic, RussianAcademy of philosophy, Russia. Combined da Costa's logics Ryszard WOJCICKI
    II World Congress on Paraconsistency
    Invited Speakers:
  • Diderik BATENS , Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Universiteit Gent, Belgium.

  • On the Remarkable Correspondence between Paraconsistent Logics,

    Modal Logics, and Ambiguity Logics
  • Centre for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, USA.

  • Are Paraconsistent Negations Negations?
  • Francisco Antonio DORIA , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Paradoxical
    Total Recursive Functions
    Towards a Logical Characterization of Sentences of the Kind
    Sentence p is about Object c ...

  • Decio KRAUSE Department of Philosophy, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
  • Complementarity and Paraconsistency
  • Larisa MAKSIMOVA Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia
  • 71. Department Of Philosophy
    Current interests Information flow theory and its applications to philosophy,modal logics and their applications, algebraic and category theoretical
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    Double Major with Slavic Studies. Interests : Philosophical logic, epistemology, aesthetics. Ian VANDEWALKER ( To view the email address, open this page in a JavaScript enabled browser.

    72. Cogprints - A Unifying Field In Logics: Neutrosophic Logic.
    Smarandache, Florentin (1999) A Unifying Field in logics NeutrosophicLogic., in Perez, Minh, Eds. philosophy, chapter Book, pages 1141.
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    A Unifying Field in Logics: Neutrosophic Logic.
    Smarandache, Florentin (1999) A Unifying Field in Logics: Neutrosophic Logic. , in Perez, Minh, Eds. Philosophy , chapter Book, pages 1-141. American Research Press. Full text available as:
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    Keywords: Neutrosophy, Dialectics, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability, Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Set, Imprecise Probability, Probability Subjects: Philosophy Logic ID Code: Deposited By: Smarandache, Florentin Deposited On: 24 November 2001 Alternative Locations:
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    Select the SEEK icon to attempt to find the referenced article. If it does not appear to be in cogprints you will be forwarded to the paracite service. Poorly formated references will probably not work. [1] Ashbacher, Charles D., Exploring Some Specific Functional Mappings To Create Operators In The Neutrosophic Logic, mss., 1999. [2] Association for Symbolic Logic, Urbana, IL, USA, New Book Anouncement of Interest to Logicians,

    73. Philosophy Department
    UNIWERSYTET LODZKI. Faculty of philosophy and History philosophyDepartment ManyValued logics. prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Malinowski
    Faculty of Philosophy and History
    Philosophy Department
    Many-Valued Logics
    prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Malinowski

    two-semester (60 hours) seminar
    Pass/fail, papers
    Analysis and discussion of selected readings in the subject
    Tuesday, 8.30-10.00 a.m.
  • Motivation for many-valuedness
  • Main systems of many-valued logic
  • Algebras, logical matrices and other semantics
  • Problem of axiomatisation
  • Probability and many-valuedness
  • Fuzzy sets and logic of imprecise concepts
  • Approximate sets
  • Foundations of information systems theory
  • Application and solution of theoretical and practical problems
  • Philosophical relevance of many-valuedness. RECOMMENDED READINGS:
  • Grzegorz Malinowski, Logiki wielowartosciowe, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, 1990.
  • Grzegorz Malinowski , Many-valued logics, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1993.
  • Zdzislaw Pawlak, Systemy informacyjne. Podstawy teoretyczne, Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, Warszawa, 1983. ostatnia modyfikacja: 27 listopada 1998r. last modified: 27th of November 1998 prosimy o przeslanie komentarzy: Jadwiga Janik
  • 74. Untitled
    scientific assistant in the project Explanatory Coherence (head Thomas Bartelborth),University of Leipzig, Department for logics and philosophy of Science englisch.htm
    Dr. Mark Siebel University of Leipzig Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science Beethovenstr. 15 04107 Leipzig Germany Tel.: ++49 / (0)341 / 97 35 774 Fax: ++49 / (0)341 / 97 35 798 E-Mail: Main Topics Curriculum Vitae Publications Further Work Main Topics philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, epistemology, philosophy of science, foundations of logics, Bernard Bolzano [up] Curriculum Vitae born 1964 1985-1992: studies of philosophy, physics, history of science and educational science, University of Hamburg / MA in philosophy (MA thesis: Der Begriff der Ableitbarkeit bei Bolzano [Bolzano's Concept of Derivability]) 1993-1996: scientific assistant, University of Hamburg, Philosophy Department 1997: scholarship from the University of Hamburg 1998: PhD in philosophy (PhD thesis: Erinnerung, Wahrnehmung und Wissen [Memory, Perception and Knowledge]) / postdoc with grant in the Graduate Programme for Cognitive Science , University of Hamburg 1999-2001: scientific assistant in the project Reconstructing Speech Act Theory (head: Georg Meggle)

    75. Australasian Journal Of Philosophy, Volume 80, Issue 4, December
    Australasian Journal of philosophy. Volume 80, Issue 4, December 2002 p. 541.Sociative logics and their Applications Essays by the Late Richard Sylvan.

    76. Philosophy Courses
    Topics may include advanced metatheory of symbolic languages, intentional logics,and Montague grammar. HISTORY OF philosophy 4922 Plato (3) Prereq. PHIL 2033
    Philosophy is a traditional part of a university education. The LSU Department of Philosophy offers a wide range of courses designed to encourage students to think critically, to analyze and evaluate propositions and arguments, and to ask questions about meaning, truth, and how we ought to live. Some philosophy courses deal with issues that arise in other fields of study and in certain professions and vocations. Such courses include professional ethics, bioethics, philosophy of art, philosophy of science, and philosophy and film. Logic courses are especially recommended for students in business, mass communication, and pre-law.
    [General education courses are marked with stars *. Course descriptions are below the list.]
    *1000 Introduction to Philosophy
    1001 Honors: Introduction to Philosophy
    *1021 Introduction to Philosophy ( Logic
    2000 LEVEL
    L OGIC
    *2010 Introduction to Symbolic Logic
    2786 Logic, Science, and Society
    *2033 History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
    2034 HONORS (Ancient and Medieval)
    *2035 History of Modern Philosophy
    2036 HONORS (Modern)

    2000 Contemporary Moral Problems
    2018 Professional Ethics
    *2020 Ethics
    2025 Bioethics
    *2023 Philosophy of Art
    *2024 Philosophy in Literature
    *2028 Philosophy of Religion
    2963, 2964, 2965 HONORS

    77. Erkenntnis
    in particular philosophy of mathematics - logic, philosophy of logic, and allkinds of philosophical logics - philosophy of language - Ontology, metaphysics
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    78. Jon Williamson
    RESEARCH INTERESTS philosophy of causality;; Foundations of probability;; logicsand reasoning;; The use of causality, probability and logics in AI. WRITING.
    JON WILLIAMSON Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence Group Department of Philosophy King's College London NEW TEACHING RESEARCH INTERESTS
    • Philosophy of causality; Foundations of probability; Logics and reasoning; The use of causality, probability and logics in AI.
    WRITING 2002d: Jon Williamson: ` Learning causal relationships Postscript Zipped postscript PDF How ought we learn causal relationships? While Popper advocated a hypothetico-deductive logic of causal discovery, inductive accounts are currently in vogue. Many inductive approaches depend on the causal Markov condition as a fundamental assumption. This condition, I maintain, is not universally valid, though it is justifiable as a default assumption. In which case the results of the inductive causal learning procedure must be tested before they can be accepted. This yields a synthesis of the hypothetico-deductive and inductive accounts, which forms the focus of this paper. I discuss the justification of this synthesis and draw an analogy between objective Bayesianism and the account of causal learning presented here. Recursive Causality in Bayesian Networks and Self-Fibring Logics ', Coming soon.

    79. Logic, Meaning, And The Residuum Of Philosophy - Paul Rezendes - The Examined Li
    These logics also purport to separate the logical wheat from the chaff by A questionfor philosophy in general, and the question for analytic or extensional

    80. Logic Links
    Gustavus philosophy Department.Category Science Math Logic and Foundations Directories...... LogicAL Logic, philosophy, and Artificial Life Resources; Logic, Language, andReasoning Web; The Interest Group in Pure and Applied logics; Logic at Charles
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