Hänsel-Hohenhausen (2002)

Leon Horsten
Universität Konstanz
On the one hand, the concept of truth is a major research subject in analytic philosophy. On the other hand, mathematical logicians have developed sophisticated logical theories of truth and the paradoxes. Recent developments in logical theories of the semantical paradoxes are highly relevant for philosophical research on the notion of truth. And conversely, philosophical guidance is necessary for the development of logical theories of truth and the paradoxes. From this perspective, this volume intends to reflect and promote deeper interaction and collaboration between philosophers and logicians investigating the concept of truth than has existed so far.Aside from an extended introductory overview of recent work in the theory of truth, the volume consists of articles by leading philosophers and logicians on subjects and debates that are situated on the interface between logical and philosophical theories of truth. The volume is intended for graduate students in philosophy and in logic who want an introduction to contemporary research in this area, as well as for professional philosophers and logicians
Keywords Truth  Logic, Symbolic and mathematical
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Reprint years 2003, 2004
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Call number BD171.P74 2002
ISBN(s) 3110332485   3826712048   978-3-11-033251-3   3937202455   978-3-11-033272-8   3110332515   9783110332483
DOI 10.1515/9783110332728
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