Reasons for Logic, Logic for Reasons: Pragmatics, Semantics, and Conceptual Roles

New York: Routledge (2024)
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Abstract

This book presents a philosophical conception of logic -- "logical expressivism"-- according to which the role of logic is to make explicit reason relations, which are often neither monotonic nor transitive. It reveals new perspectives on inferential roles, sequent calculi, representation, truthmakers, and many extant logical theories.

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Ulf Hlobil
Concordia University
Robert Brandom
University of Pittsburgh

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