Concepts as hyperintensional objects

Logic and Logical Philosophy (2):133-170 (2014)
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The author defends the view that the notion of concept, if used in the logical tradition, should be explicated procedurally . He argues that Tichý’s Transparent Intensional Logic is an apt tool for such an explication and derives the respective definition. Some consequences of this definition concern the notions of emptiness, simple concepts, empirical concepts and algorithmic concepts
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DOI 10.12775/LLP.2014.003
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