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Between Logic and Reality: Modeling Inference, Action and by Majda Trobok, Nenad Miščević, Berislav Žarnić

By Majda Trobok, Nenad Miščević, Berislav Žarnić

Is fact logical and is good judgment genuine? what's the foundation of logical intuitions? what's the function of logical buildings within the operations of an clever brain and in verbal exchange? Is the functionality of logical constitution regulative or constitutive or either in idea formation?

This quantity offers analyses of the logic-reality courting from diverse ways and views. the purpose of convergence lies within the exploration of the connections among fact – social, ordinary or perfect – and logical constructions hired in describing or getting to know it. additionally, the booklet connects logical thought with extra concrete problems with rationality, normativity and figuring out, hence pointing to quite a lot of capability purposes.

The papers amassed during this quantity tackle state of the art issues in modern discussions among experts. a few essays specialise in the function of indispensability concerns within the justification of logical competence, and the big variety of demanding situations in the philosophy of arithmetic. Others current advances in dynamic logical research similar to extension of video game semantics to non-logical a part of vocabulary and improvement of types of contractive speech act.

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We may take that statement of yours to be definitive and reliable. With that assurance, our response to cunning word-twisters is ... PROTARCHUS: What? SOCRATES: . . that there are two techniques of arithmetic, two techniques of measurement, and so on for many other related sciences, which have this duality despite having been allotted a common name. (55e1–57d10) 1 Plato’s myth of the divided line appears in Republic 509d–513e. 32 D. Jacquette Plato in Socrates’ name distinguishes between kinds of mathematics, different in their relative certainty and “purity”.

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