Logic Made Clear

Author: Marta Calvo
ISBN: 9781544800431
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For exercises the book employs diverse academic and non-academic sources. The book can be used as a self-guided study by any independent learner or as a framework for a college-level course in logic.

Principles Of Logic And Logic Programming

Author: G. Metakides
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080539645
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They also made clear that only rigorous formalising of mathematical concepts
and method could lead to “sound” theories without antinomies. And so, under ...
The basic steps towards a general method based on Logic, which would allow
statement procedures as well as manipulation of symbols, were first
accomplished in 1965 by Robinson with the use of the resolution method, and
later by Kowalski and Colmerauer who made use of Logic directly as a Logic
Programming language.

David Makinson On Classical Methods For Non Classical Problems

Author: Sven Ove Hansson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400777590
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Moreover, experience in the classroom has convinced me that in practice, such
formal tools should be made available before getting systematically into logic.
Despite its simplicity, if not because of it, logic can be quite elusive as it vacillates
between the crashingly obvious and the baffling. For most students, it acquires
intuitive meaning only as independently motivated examples of its use are
reviewed. Moreover, it turns out that a clear understanding of the basic concepts
of logic ...

Felix Kaufmann S Theory And Method In The Social Sciences

Author: Robert S. Cohen
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319028456
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The reflections in the previous section have made it clear that it is the question of
the nature of logic and mathematics which aims at showing the systematic place
occupied by logical-mathematical thought within the complex of experience, for
we ... Let us begin our investigation with the basic concepts of logic: 'truth', '
judgment', 'concept', and let us examine the constitutive invariants for their
thematic isolation within the framework of the complex of experience.20 For the
concept of the ...

Norms Values And Society

Author: Herlinde Pauer-Studer
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401724547
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This concept, the basic concept of the theory of logical deduction and thereby of
logic itself, is thus based upon a certain relation between truth conditions, and
hence is a semantical concept. ... corresponds to the semantical method of
deduction but with this essential difference: the semantical method of deduction
is based on an interpretation of the language while in syntax deduction is
formalized, i.e. made independent of interpretation and understanding of the
sentences involved.

Dictionary Of Logic As Applied In The Study Of Language

Author: W. Marciszewski
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401712530
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Concepts/Methods/Theories W. Marciszewski. INTUITIONISTIC LOGIC 1.
INTUITIONISM 1.1. Intuitionism is a conception in the foundations of mathematics
opposing other views in the way it approaches the questions concerning the
nature of infinite structures, the nature of ... The intuitionistic logic is to reflect
intuitionistic methods of proof — to codify intuitionistically acceptable methods of
argumentation. ... Intuitionistic criticism made clear the existence of different
standards of proof.

Galileo S Logic Of Discovery And Proof

Author: W. A. Wallace
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401580405
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Indeed, as will be made clear in the following chapter [Sec. 3.5a], a
demonstration ... cited [CA26r], Carbone mentions his treatment of method in his
Praeludia to Toletus's introduction to logic. In view of the importance of this
concept for understanding Galileo's views on logical methodology, and the fact
that it is dwelt on not only in these Praeludia but also in ValliusCarbone's
Introductio in logicam and Vallius's Logica, we turn now to a fuller consideration
of it and related concepts.

Carnap S Logical Syntax Of Language

Author: P. Wagner
Publisher: Springer
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In the context of the definition of Language II, the difference is made clear in §34a
: 'In the rules of inference, only a finite number of premises (usually only one or
two) appear' (LSL, p. 99). ... In particular, for first-order languages, methods of
formal derivation are chosen so as to enable a proof of the theorem of semantic
completeness, a result which is foreign to Carnap's method of logical syntax.45
As for the relationships between Carnap's concept of consequence and our
concept of ...

Formal And Transcendental Logic

Author: Edmund Husserl
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401749000
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... a pure mathematics and a logical mathematics, were made clear. They all have
the character of investigations fundamental to the uncovering and criticism of the
original logical method; and indeed we can characterize them all likewise as
explorations of the method by which the “fundamental concepts” of analytics are
Produced originaliter, in that evidence which assures us of their respective
essences as identical and safeguarded against all shiftings. The fundamental
concepts are ...

Methods Of Argumentation

Author: Douglas Walton
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107435196
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mathematically precise modeling of its core concepts and methods. The purpose
of this book is to present and refine ... The book gives a clear idea ofwhat the
methods are and how they work as tools that can be used to study arguments. To
distinguish itselffrom other views of argumentation, the book calls its approach “
logical argumentation”, suggesting ajoining ofinformal logic with the formal
argumentation technology of computer science. Each chapter of the book applies
these ...