Québec studies in the philosophy of science
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995 - History - 320 pages
This is the first of two volumes of essays dedicated to the eminent and pioneering logician, Hugues Leblanc. The volumes comprise the first, full-scale, English-language collection of studies in the philosophy and history of science from the French and English culture of Québec. They will be appreciated as a major contribution to North-American philosophy of science. Audience: The first volume is of particular interest to students and scholars engaged in research into the philosophical foundations and history of logic, mathematics and physics.
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FRANCOIS LEPAGE Partial Propositional Logic
SERGE LAPIERRE Generalized Quantifiers and Inferences
MARIE LA PALME REYES JOHN MACNAMARA and GONZALO
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