A-logic

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University Press of America, Jan 1, 2002 - Mathematics - 658 pages
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A-Logic is a new theory of formal logic based on substitution of synonyms rather than sameness of truth-values. In this book, it is contrasted, step-by-step, with today's mathematical logic. This approach reveals how A-Logic can resolve traditional logic's anomalies, such as the Liar's paradox, Hempel's Paradox of Confirmation, and Carnap's problem of dispositional predicates, while preserving all of standard logic's theorems.

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Note on Notational Devices and Rules of Convenience
30
ANALYTIC LOGIC
31
Copyright

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Richard Bradshaw Angell is Emeritus Professor, Wayne State University. He taught at the university level for fifty years. As a student, he studied mathematical logic under Willard Van Orman Quine. http: //www.rbangell.com/

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