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The article in the issue 7/8:

The date of the publication:
2013-11-15
The number of pages:
55
The issue:
7/8
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Bruce Foltz, Michael Craig Rhodes, Fabien Schang, Sergey S. Tarasenko, George Kiraz, Andrew Schumann,

Fabien Schang is doctor in philosophy and Research Fellow at the State University of Maringá (Brazil).

Co-author of two books and a number of international scientific papers, his works are centered on logic and epistemology. His research program of formal philosophy consists in applying logical tools to philosophical problems, including a formal semantics of oppositions or partition semantics.

 

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Logic in Opposition

It is claimed hereby that, against a current view of logic as a theory of consequence, opposition is a basic logical concept that can be used to define consequence itself. This requires some substantial changes in the underlying framework, including: a non-Fregean semantics of questions and answers, instead of the usual truth-conditional semantics; an extension of opposition as a relation between any structured objects; a definition of oppositions in terms of basic negation. Objections to this claim will be reviewed.

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