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  1. Andriy Vasylchenko (2009). The Problem of Reference to Nonexistents in Cocchiarella's Conceptual Realism. Axiomathes 19 (2):155-166.
    This article is a critical review of Cocchiarella’s theory of reference. In conceptual realism, there are two central distinctions regarding reference: first, between active and deactivated use of referential expressions, and, second, between using referential expressions with and without existential presupposition. Cocchiarella’s normative restrictions on the existential presuppositions of reference lead to postulating two fundamentally different kinds of objects in conceptual realism: realia or concrete objects, on the one hand, and abstract intensional objects or nonexistents, on the other. According to (...)
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  2. Andriy Vasylchenko (1999). Apprehensio Simplex in the Kiev-Mohyla Academy. Theoria 14 (1):11-24.
    The aim of this article is to reconstruct the theory of simple apprehension held in the Kiev-Mohyla Academy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. We start from Aristotle’s idea of two kinds of knowing and from the Thomist theory of the two operations of the intellect in view of the ontological distinction between essence and actuality. In dealing with the theory of the activities of the intellect in the Kiev-MohylaAcademy, we consider simple apprehension as a form of Aristotle’s immediate knowledge. (...)
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  3. Andriy Vasylchenko (1999). Rorty et Bakhtine : deux visions de la communauté. Hermès 23:311.
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  4. Andriy Vasylchenko (1994). Interpreting Action as an Answer. Synthese 100 (1):39 - 48.
    The aim of this paper is to introduce a logically grounded approach to action semantics and action interpretation. The main idea is to present the context of action as a set of questions demanding an action to answer. I introduce (a) a basic procedure of action interpretation, which is a reformulation of Hilpinen's semantical procedure for imperatives; (b) a procedure of what-interpretation; (c) a procedure of why-interpretation. The conditions of mutual reducibility of interpretation procedures are explicated. The paper concludes by (...)
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