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  1. F. T. Sommers (1964). Truth-Functional Counterfactuals. Analysis 24 (Suppl-2):120 - 126.score: 290.0
  2. Fred Sommers (2008). Ratiocination: An Empirical Account. Ratio 21 (2):115–133.score: 150.0
    Modern thinkers regard logic as a purely formal discipline like number theory, and not to be confused with any empirical discipline such as cognitive psychology, which may seek to characterize how people actually reason. Opposed to this is the traditional view that even a formal logic can be cognitively veridical – descriptive of procedures people actually follow in arriving at their deductive judgments (logic as Laws of Thought). In a cognitively veridical logic, any formal proof that a deductive judgment, intuitively (...)
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  3. Seth Shabo (2012). Incompatibilism and Personal Relationships: Another Look at Strawson's Objective Attitude. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 90 (1):131 - 147.score: 27.0
    In the context of his highly influential defence of compatibilism, P. F. Strawson 1962 introduced the terms "reactive attitude" and "objective attitude" to the free-will lexicon. He argued, in effect, that relinquishing such reactive attitudes as resentment and moral indignation isn't a real possibility for us, since doing so would commit us to exclusive objectivity, a stance incompatible with ordinary interpersonal relationships. While most commentators have challenged Strawson's link between personal relationships and the reactive attitudes, Tamler Sommers 2007 has (...)
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  4. M. Ferrari, P. Miglioli, M. Foreman, M. Magidor, T. Huuskonen, R. Sommer, J. von Plato & J. Zapletal (1995). Berardi, S., see Barbanera, F. Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 76:303.score: 7.7
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