The Many Faces of Interpolation

Synthese 164 (3):451 - 460 (2008)
We present a number of, somewhat unusual, ways of describing what Craig's interpolation theorem achieves, and use them to identify some open problems and further directions.
Keywords Philosophy   Philosophy of Language   Metaphysics   Epistemology   Logic
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DOI 10.2307/40271083
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