## Handbook of Philosophical Logic, Volume 14The fourteenth volume of the Second Edition covers central topics in philosophical logic that have been studied for thousands of years, since Aristotle: Inconsistency, Causality, Conditionals, and Quantifiers. These topics are central in many applications of logic in central disciplines and this book is indispensable to any advanced student or researcher using logic in these areas. The chapters are comprehensive and written by major figures in the field. |

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A-worlds antecedent argument assertion Avron axiom axiom schemas Barwise Benthem binary quantiﬁers bottom particle C-systems Carnielli causal beliefs Causal Markov Condition causal relationships classical logic classical negation conditional probability connective consequent CONSERV consider consistency context Costa counterfactuals deﬁnable deﬁned Deﬁnition degree of belief denote DETs diﬀerent eﬀect epistemic causality equivalent example explosive expressions extension fact false ﬁnd ﬁnite ﬁrst ﬁrst-order ﬁve ﬁxed Frege generalised quantiﬁers given iﬀ indicative conditionals inference inﬁnite interpretation judgements Keenan and Stavi Lemma Lewis Lewis’s LFI1 LFIs Marcos mathematical natural language quantiﬁers normal modal logics notion objective paraconsistent logics Philosophical possible predicate logic Principle of Explosion probabilistic probability proof properties proposition QMAB quantifier relation result satisﬁes Section semantics sentences signature Stalnaker Stalnaker’s subjunctive Subsection Suppose Theorem theory Thesis trivial true truth conditions truth-functional truth-tables unary universe valid variables