Volume 42, Issue 2-3, 1983

ISSN: 0039-3215 (Print) 1572-8730 (Online)

In this issue (22 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Preface

    Ilkka Niiniluoto, Jan Zygmunt Pages 117-118
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    Norms of higher order

    G. H. von Wright Pages 119-127
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    An extension of the deontic calculus DSC1

    Leon Gumański Pages 129-137
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    A decision procedure for the systemE (of entailment). I.

    E. K. Vojshvillo Pages 139-164
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    The strong proof from hypotheses and conditionals: Some theorems of deduction for relevant systems

    E. A. Sidorenko Pages 165-171
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    Cardinalities of proper ideals in some lattices of strengthenings of the intuitionistic propositional logic

    Wiesław Dziobiak Pages 173-177
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    Factor semantics forn-valued logics

    A. S. Karpenko Pages 179-185
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    I. Propositional Calculi, Their Methodology And Philosophical Applications

    The logic of viewpoints

    Antti Hautamäki Pages 187-196
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    II. Modifications And Generalizations Of First-Order Logic

    Subject-predicate calculus free from existential import

    V. A. Bocharov Pages 209-221
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    II. Modifications And Generalizations Of First-Order Logic

    Model theoretic results for infinitely deep languages

    Maaret Karttunen Pages 223-241
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    II. Modifications And Generalizations Of First-Order Logic

    Logical operations and iterated infinitely deep languages

    Juha Oikkonen Pages 243-249
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    II. Modifications And Generalizations Of First-Order Logic

    The logic of algebraic rules as a generalization of equational logic

    Tomasz Furmanowski Pages 251-257
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    II. Modifications And Generalizations Of First-Order Logic

    On the complexity-relativized strong reducibilites

    Jari Talja Pages 259-267
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    III. Logic, Language, And Philosophy

    Logical space and metaphysical systems

    Bogusław Wolniewicz Pages 269-284
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    III. Logic, Language, And Philosophy

    On the meaning of indexicals

    Marian PrzeŁęcki Pages 285-291
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    III. Logic, Language, And Philosophy

    On the logic of adverbs

    Ingmar Pörn Pages 293-298
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    IV. Logical Methodology Of Science

    Logical semantics as an empirical science

    Johan van Benthem Pages 299-313
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    IV. Logical Methodology Of Science

    Verisimilitude vs. legisimilitude

    Ilkka Niiniluoto Pages 315-329
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    IV. Logical Methodology Of Science

    On the eliminative explanation of social theories

    Raimo Tuomela Pages 331-345
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