An introduction to non-classical logics
CAMBIO AULA : Lunedì 16:30 e martedì 16:30 AULA 8 S. Alessandro
Module 1: From classical to nonmonotonic logic
Additional projects for topics covered in module 1
- Makinson, D. (2005). How to Go Nonmonotonic. In Gabbay D, Guenther, F. (eds) Handbook of Philosophical Logic, vol 12, Springer. [A shorter version of Makinson’s 2005 book]
- Tarski, A. (2002). On the Concept of Following Logically. History and Philosophy of Logic, 23(3), 155–196 [It’s never too late to delve into the paper which fixed the meaning of classical consequence]
On the logical meaning of degrees of truth
- Bochvar, D. A., & Bergmann, M. (1981). On a Three-valued Logical Calculus and Its Application to the Analysis of the Paradoxes of the Classical Extended Functional Calculus. History and Philosophy of Logic, 2, 87–112.
- Suszko, R. (1977). The Fregean Axiom and Polish mathematical logic in the 1920s. Studia Logica, 36(4), 377–380.
- Avron, A. (2009). Multi-valued Semantics: Why and How. Studia Logica, 92(2), 163–18