Institution Theory

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015)

Institution Theory Institution theory is a very general mathematical study of formal logical systems—with emphasis on semantics—that is not committed to any particular concrete logical system. This is based upon a mathematical definition for the informal notion of logical system, called institution, which includes both syntax and semantics as well as the relationship between … Continue reading Institution Theory →.
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