Antidiodorean logics and the brentano-husserl's conception of time

Axiomathes 4 (3):373-388 (1993)
In some systems of Legniewskian Ontology were introduced as a toolkit for Husserl's and Meinong's theory of objects. Here such consi- deration is extended to Brentano-Husserl's theory of time. So-called antidiodo- rean logics are used as the foundations of the approach undertaken.
Keywords Brentano  Husserl  Theory of Time  antidiodorean logics a
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