A century of judgement and inference,1837-1936 : Some strands in the development of logic

In Leila Haaparanta (ed.), The Development of Modern Logic. Oxford University Press (2008)

B. Göran Sundholm
Leiden University
This chapter tells how, within a century, the notions of judgment and inference were driven out of logical theory and replaced by propositions and consequence. Systematic considerations guide the treatment. The history is unashamedly Whiggish: the current position is shown as the outcome, or even culmination, of a historical development.
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