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Non-Transitive Logics: A New Approach to Paradoxes

Papers

  • 201X (en evaluación) P. Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij, “Tolerance and degrees of truth”.

  • 201X (en evaluación) Paul Egré (con Emmanuel Chemla), “Suszko's Problem: Mixed Consequence and Compositionality”.

  • 201X (aceptado) P. Cobreros y L. Tranchini, “S’valuationism”, en S. Oms and E. Zardini eds. The Sorites Paradox, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

  • 201X (aceptado) Paul Egré (con Jérémy Zehr), “Are Gaps preferred to Gluts? A closer look at borderline contradictions”. En Elena Castroviejo, Galit Weidman Sassoon, y Louise McNally eds. The Semantics of Gradability, Vagueness, and Scale Structure - Experimental Perspectives. Language, Cognition, and Mind, Springer: Switzerland.

  • 201X (aceptado) Rosanna Keefe, “Prefaces, Sorites and Guides to Reasoning”, en L. Walters and J. Hawthorne eds. Conditionals, Probability, and Paradox: Themes from the Philosophy of Dorothy Edgington, Oxford University Press.

  • 201X (aceptado) Rosanna Keefe (con Jessica Leech), “Modal essentialism and logical pluralism”, en Ivette Fred and Jessica Leech eds. Being Necessary: Essays in Honour of Bob Hale, Oxford University Press.

  • 201X (aceptado) David Ripley, “On the 'transitivity' of consequence relations”. 

  • Journal of Logic and Computation, forthcoming.

  • 201X (aceptado) David Ripley, “Blurring: an approach to conflation”, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic.

  • 201X (aceptado) Luca Tranchini, “Natural deduction for bi-intuitionistic logic” en Journal of Applied Logic.

  • 201X (aceptado) Luca Tranchini, “Proof-theoretic harmony: Towards an intensional account”, Synthese. DOI: 10.1007/s11229-016-1200-3

  • 201X (aceptado) Luca Tranchini y Pablo Cobreros, “Proof analysis of global consequence”, Logique et Analyse, Special Issue: How to say 'yes' or 'no': Logical approaches to modes of assertion and denial.

  • 201X (aceptado) P. Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij, “Tolerant Reasoning: Nontransitive or Nonmonotonic?” Synthese

  • 2017. Pablo Cobreros, Lógica matemática. Diccionario Interdisciplinar Austral, Claudia E. Vanney, Ignacio Silva and Juan F. Franck eds. =http://dia.austral.edu.ar/Lógica_matemática

  • 2017. Paul Egré (con E. Chemla y B. Spector). Characterizing logical consequence in many-valued logics, Journal of Logic and Computation.

  • https://doi.org/10.1093/logcom/exx001

  • 2017. Robert van Rooij, “As knowable as possible”, en C. Baskent, L. Moss y R. Ramanjum eds. Rohit Parikh on Logic, Language and Society, Springer: 53-65.

  • 2017. David Ripley,  “Bilateralism, coherence, warrant”, en Friederike Moltmann Mark Textor eds. Act-Based Conceptions of Propositional Content, Oxford University Press.

  • 2017. David Ripley, Vagueness is a kind of conflation, Logic and Logical Philosophy, 26(1):115-135.

  • 2017. Luca Tranchini, Peter Schroeder-Heister, Ekman's paradox, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. DOI: 10.1215/00294527-2017-0017

  • 2016. P. Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij, Comparing some Substructural Strategies Dealing with Vagueness, J.P. Carvalho,M-J.Lesot, U. Kaymak, S. Vieira, B. Bouchon-Meunier, R. Yager (eds.),in Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge Based Systems, IPMU, Springer: 161-172.

  • 2016. Pablo Cobreros, Filosofía de las matemáticas. Diccionario Interdisciplinar Austral, Claudia E. Vanney, Ignacio Silva and Juan F. Franck eds. http://dia.austral.edu.ar/Filosofía_de_las_matemáticas

  • 2016. Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe, Jerónimo Pardo on the formality of the expository syllogism, en Formal Approaches and Natural Language in Medieval Logic (L. Cesalli et al, eds.), Barcelona-Roma: 325-340.

  • 2016. Luca Tranchini, Proof-theoretic semantics, paradoxes and the distinction between sense and denotation, Journal of Logic and Computation 26(2), pp. 495-512. DOI:10.1093/logcom/exu028

  • 2015. P. Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij, “Pragmatic interpretations of vague expressions: strongest meaning and nonmonotonic consequence”, Journal of Philosophical Logic 44: 375–393

  • 2015. P Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij, “Vagueness, Truth and Permissive Consequence”, en Acourioti, T et al. (eds) Unifying the Philosophy of Truth, Springer.

  • 2015. Rosanna Keefe, Modelling Higher-Order Vagueness: Columns, Borderlines and Boundaries, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume 89: 89-108.

  • 2015. Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe, reseña de Friend, M., Pluralism in mathematics: a new position in philosophy of mathematics (2014). En Mathematical Reviews.

  • 2015. David Ripley, Naive set theory and nontransitive logic, Review of Symbolic Logic, 8(3):553-571.

  • 2015. David Ripley, Contraction and closure, Thought, 4(2):131-138.

  • 2015. David Ripley, Comparing substructural theories of truth, Ergo, 2(13):299-328.

  • 2015. David Ripley, 'Transitivity' of consequence relations, en Logic, Rationality, and Interaction: Proceedings of LORI V, Wiebe van der Hoek, Wesley Holliday y Wen-Fang Wang eds: 328-340.

  • 2015. David Ripley (con Rohan French), Contractions of noncontractive consequence relations, Review of Symbolic Logic, 8(3):506-528.

  • 2015. Luca Tranchini, Harmonising harmony, The Review of Symbolic Logic 8(3): 411-423. DOI: 10.1017/S1755020315000179

  • 2014. P. Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij, Priest's motorbike and tolerant identity. En Roberto Ciuni, Heinrich Wansing, Caroline Wilkommen, Recent Trends in Philosophical Logic: 75-85.

  • 2014. Rosanna Keefe, What Logical Pluralism Cannot Be, Synthese 191: 1375-1390.

  • 2014. Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe, María Cerezo, Truth and Bivalence in Aristotle: An Investigation into the Structure of Saying, en N. Öffenberger, A. Vigo, eds.: Logik, Naturphilosophie, Dialektik. Neue internationale Beiträge zur modernen Deutung der Aristotelischen Logik Olms, Hildesheim/Zürich/New York: 75-103.

  • 2014. Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe, reseña de Oliver, A. y Smiley, T., Plural logic (2013). En Mathematical Reviews.

  • 2014. Robert van Rooij, Tolerant identity, en D. Gutzmann, J. Köpping, and C. Meier eds. Approaches to Meaning: Composition, Values, and Interpretation, Brill, Leiden:187-202.

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