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Logic and Philosophy of Logic

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Logic and Philosophy of Logic
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Salah al-Fadhli Kuwait University Logical Foundation of Logic Programming
Jean-Yves Béziau National Laboratory for Scientific Computing Do Sentences Have Identity?
Katalin Bimbó Indiana University Dual Identity Combinators
George Boger Canisius College The Modernity of Aristotle's Logical Investigations
Andrés Bobenrieth, M.E. Orellana Benado Carlos Verdugo Universidad de Valparaíso Metaphilosophical Pluralism and Paraconsistency: From Orientative to Multi-level Pluralism
Vladimir Bryushinkin Kaliningrad State University Metapsychologism In The Philosophy Of Logic
Mustafa M. Dagli Middle East Technical University Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, and Likeness
Don Faust Northern Michigan University Conflict without Contradiction: Noncontradiction as a Scientific Modus Operandi
Saul Fisher The City University of New York ‘Probabilist’ Deductive Inference in Gassendi's Logic
Joseph Grunfeld Drexel University Haack On Fuzzy Logic
Arkadiusz Gut Catholic University of Lublin Two Types of Philosophical Analysis
John Howes   Faithful and Fruitful Logic
E.F. Karavaev St.-Petersburg State University, Russia Logic and Moral Dilemmas
S. L. Katretchko Moscow State University Between Logic and Heuristic
John Kearns State University of New York Logic: An Empirical Study of A Priori Truths
Patricia Morey and Sandra Vi Sokolskis Universidad Nacional de Cordoba Una Aparente Violacion del Principio de No Contradiccion: El Caso de Los Azande Nuevas Perspectivas SpanishS.gif (1012 bytes)
Volodymyr Navrotsky Kharkov Institute of Management Interval Description of Change
Sergey Pavlov Institute of Philosophy RAS Sentential Falsehood Logic FL4
Leonid G. Kreidik and George P. Shpenkov Polytechnic Academy, Technical University Philosophy and the Language of Dialectics and the Algebra of Dialectical Judgements
R. Rodrigo Soberano University of the Philippines Disarming Stove's Paradox: In Defence of Formal Logic
George Weaver Bryn Mawr College The Model Theory Of Dedekind Algebras
Andrzej Wisniewski Tadeusz Kotarbinski Pedagogical University Erotetic Logic and Explanation by Abnormic Hypotheses
Urszula Wybraniec-Skardowska and Andrzej K. Rogalski University of Opole and Faculty of Theology, Lugano, Switzerland On Universal Grammar and its Formalization
A. Zenkin Computing Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia Super-Induction Method: Logical Acupuncture of Mathematical Infinity
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