Magyar Filozófiai Szemle 2010/4

András Máté and Péter Mekis: Foreword

RUZSA’S WORK

András Máté: Imre Ruzsa – A Man of Consequence
Ferenc Csaba: Whose Logic is Three-Valued Logic?
Tamás Mihálydeák: On Models of General Type-Theoretical Languages
Zsófia Zvolenszky: Ruzsa on Quine’s Argument against Modal Logic

PHILOSOPHICAL LOGIC AND ITS HISTORY

Anna Brozek: On the So-Called Embedded Questions
Gyula Klima: Natural Logic, Medieval Logic and Formal Semantics
Edward Kanterian: Frege’s Definition of Number: No Ontological Agenda?
Nenad Miscevic: The Indispensability of Logic
Edi Pavlovic: Fitch’s Paradox and Labeled Natural Deduction System
Jiri Raclavsky: On Partiality and Tichy’s Transparent Intensional Logic
Márta Ujvári: Prior on Radical Coming into Being

FORMAL SEMANTICS

László Kálmán: Analogy in Semantics
András Kornai: The Treatment of Ordinary Quantification in English Proper
Péter Mekis: Atomic Descriptions in Dynamic Predicate Logic

PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS

Zoltán Gendler Szabó: Tasks and Ultra-tasks
Gábor Forrai: What Mathematicians Say Means: In Defense of Hermeneutic Fictionalism

FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE

Hajnal Andréka – Judit Madarász – István Németi – Gergely Székely: On Logical Analysis of Relativity Theories
Robin Hirsch: Modal Logic and Relativity
Máté Szabó: On Field’s Nominalization of Physical Theories

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