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  1. Igor Sedlar (2013). An Outline of a Substructural Model of BTA Belief. Organon F 20 (2):160-170.
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  2. Igor Sedlar (2012). Infallibility and Logic. Organon F 19 (1):239-254.
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  3. Igor Sedlár (2012). Neomylnosť a logika1. Organon F 19:239-254.
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  4. Igor Sedlár (2011). Moorean Sentences in Update Semantics. Organon F 18 (2):142-153.
    We outline a novel solution to Moore’s paradox within the framework of update semantics, which explains Moorean absurdity in terms of non-cohesiveness. It is argued that, unlike the outlined solution, Gillies’ treatment of the paradox within this framework is not satisfactory.
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  5. Igor Sedlar (2011). On What You Cannot Be Mistaken About? Organon F 18 (3):351-362.
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  6. Igor Sedlár (2011). V čom sa nemôžete mýliť? Organon F 18 (3):351-362.
    The paper sketches an analysis of the notion of a self-fulfilling belief in terms of doxastic modal logic. We point out a connection between self-fulfilling beliefs and Moore’s paradox. Then we look at self-fulfilling beliefs in the context of neighborhood semantics. We argue that the analysis of several interesting self-fulfilling beliefs has to make essential use of propositional quantification.
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  7. Igor Sedlar (2009). C. I. Lewis on Possible Worlds. History and Philosophy of Logic 30 (3):283-291.
    This article opposes a view widely accepted in studies concerning the history of modal logic, according to which (i) the approach of C. I. Lewis towards constructing modern modal logic was purely syntactical (i.e. limited to the construction of axiomatic systems S1-S5 of propositional modal logic), and (ii) the notion of a possible world was incorporated into modern logic and philosophy mainly by authors such as Rudolf Carnap and Saul Kripke. The article presents Lewis' definition of a possible world, and (...)
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  8. Igor Sedlar (2009). Implication and Three Types of Meaning Connection. Filozofia 64 (4):339-345.
    The primary aim of the paper is to introduce a new notion of relevance of the antecedent of a true implication statement to its consequent, and to sketch a formalization of the new notion. The formalization is set up in the framework of the so called Logic of Strict Processes , as articulated by the author in collaboration with J. Podroužek. Their approach to the relevance is presented as a natural part of a wider specter of logics, including modal and (...)
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  9. Igor Sedlar (2007). Kant and Frege on Analyticity. Filozofia 62 (4):336-347.
    The question, whether there is a sharp difference between an analytic and a synthetic proposition, is one of the famous philosophical topics of the 20th century. The question, however, urges one to ask following questions: "What is an analytic proposition?", or „What is a synthetic proposition?“. The aim of the paper is to contribute to the discussions of the analyticity in that it tries to answer the first of the two. However, the author does not offer his own conception of (...)
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