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Philosophical Logic

by Sybil Wolfram

Chapter 1INTRODUCTION
Section 1What is Philosophical Logic?
Section 2Some preliminaries
Chapter 2REFERENCE AND TRUTH VALUE
Section 1Typography, meaning, and what is stated
Section 2The problem of the King of France
Section 3Vocabulary of reference
Section 4Should we admit statements?
Chapter 3NECESSARY TRUTH AND THE ANALYTIC-SYNTHETIC DISTINCTION
Section 1Map of distinctions and theories
Section 2Conventionalism
Section 3Scepticism
Section 4Essentialism
Section 5Modified conventionalism
Chapter 4ASPECTS OF TRUTH
Section 1Relation between p and p is true
Section 2Ascriptions of truth and assertions
Section 3Theories of truth
Chapter 5NEGATION
Section 1Affirmative and negative
Section 2Contradiction and inconsistency
Chapter 6EXISTENCE AND IDENTITY
Section 1Existence
Section 2Identity
Chapter 7ASPECTS OF MEANING
Section 1General terms and natural kinds
Section 2Proper names
Section 3Questions about meaning


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