Practical Inferences

Berkeley,University of California Press (1971)
I Imperative Sentences It has often been taken for granted by logicians that there is a class of sentences which is the proper subject-matter of logic, ...
Keywords Inference  Meaning (Philosophy  Deontic logic
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Call number BC199.I47.H37 1972
ISBN(s) 9780520021792   0333125991   0520021797  
DOI 10.2307/2106828
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