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Barwise J. — The Situation in Logic
Barwise J. — The Situation in Logic



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Название: The Situation in Logic

Автор: Barwise J.

Аннотация:

A study of how federal district court judges think about the sentencing of white-collar criminals, based on extensive interviews. Findings reveal a discrepancy between agreed-upon principles and actual outcomes. Situation theory and situation semantics are recent approaches to language and information, approaches first formulated by Jon Barwise and John Perry in Situations and attitudes (1983). The present volume collects some of Barwise's papers written since then, those directly concerned with relations between logic, situation theory, and situation semantics. Several papers appear here for the first time.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Математика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1989

Количество страниц: 327

Добавлена в каталог: 29.11.2009

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Предметный указатель
Aboutness      141 229 242 292
Aczel, P.      175 198—200 205—6 220 278—9
Ad hoc semantics      25
Adverbial theories of perception      25
AFA      175—8 198—9 204 206 255 277—9 282 285 291
Anchor      277
Anscombe, G. E. M.      18 23
Appropriate      180 253 271
Argument roles      180 182 268
Aristotle      295
ASSIGNMENT      180 269
Assignment, appropriate      271
Atomic features      282
atomic values      282
Attribute-value matrices      280
Attunement to constraints      53 141—2 166
Austin, J. L.      7 8 17 81
Austinian proposition      273
Author meaning      64 74
Axiom of foundation      192
Axiomatic method      295
Axioms of Separation and Replacement      291
Background conditions      95 111 150
Bisimulation relation      278—9
Boffa, M.      198
Borges, J.      60 71
Burke, T.      222 276
Canonical model      190
Cantor, G.      290
Cantor’s Absolute      290
Carnap, R.      223
Carroll, L.      15 166
Cartwright, R.      227
Center for the Study of Language and Information      xii
Chan, D.      276
Chomsky, N.      293
Church, A.      xv
Circularity      192 277
Circumstances      66
Circumstances, embedding      142
Circumstantial rules of inference      152
Clark, H.      69 203 220
Classes      285
Cognitive science      258
Cognitive situation      144
Cohen, P.      220
Coherence principle      235
Common knowledge      175 201—2 218
Compatibility Principle      235
Computational domain      161
Concerns      229 240 242 292
Conditional      95 97
Conditional statement, general      99 100
Conditional statement, interpreting      123 125
Conditional statement, specific      99 100
Conditional, content      62
Conditional, counterfactual      105
Conditional, descriptive      230
Conditional, general      123
Conditional, material      106 108
Conditional, negative      274
Conditional, positive      274
Conditional, propositional      230
Conditional, specific      125
Conditional, subjunctive      105
conditions      213—4
Conditions, entailing a sequence of infons      214
Conditions, informationally equivalent      214
Conditions, strongly equivalent      214
Constituent      66 265
Constituent of a state of affairs      229
Constituent, articulated      66 149
Constituent, major      182
Constituent, non-articulated      149
Constituent, null      160
Constituent, unarticulated      66 67 95 150 238 240
Constraint      51 56 113 140 274
Constraint, attunement to      53 141—2 166
context      87 88 90
Conversational implicature      10
Conway paradox      201
Cooper, R.      xi 34 79 200
Coreference indices      160
Counterfactual conditional statement      105
Cresswell, M. J.      4 79—92
Crimmins — Perry view      244 248—9
Crimmins, M.      242 247—8 276
Cumulative hierarchy      178
Data bases      257
Davidson, D.      7 9 59 119 242
Decoration      199
Deep structure      160
Deiwiks, I.      135
Descartes, R.      295
Descriptive content      230
Devlin, K.      205 271 276
Dewey, J.      222 245
Disjunctive statements      231
Dretske, F.      9—10 12 23 40 48—51 138 140 144—5 155 204
Duals      270 271
Eco, U      4 77
Effectors      161
Efficiency      87—8
Embedding circumstances      142
Empson, W.      73
Entailment      210
Epistemically neutral, perception sentences      9
Epistemically neutral, perceptual reports      8
Etchemendy, J.      xii 84 135 148—9 154 175 200 229 262 273 276 277 285 292
Events      185
Existential, conditions on situations      213
Existential, statement      231
Explicitness Principle      164 168—70
Exploiting environmental constants      120 151
Extended Solution Lemma      280
Extension      272
Fact      175 182 185 205—6 221—2 225 228 232 250 263—4
Fact, situated      250
Fallacy of Misplaced Information      70
Feature structures      282
Feferman, S.      293
Fenstad’s Puzzle      178
Fernando, T.      276
Fine, K.      223 227
Finsler, P.      198
First class citizen      179 266
First-order, logic      293—5
First-order, thesis      37
fixed-point      202—3 206—7 285
Fleshing out strategy      99 160
Flores, F.      294
flow of information      48
Focus situation      224 238
Fodor, J.      59 95 137—54 155—69
Fodorian intentional realism      169 171
FOL      (see First-order logic)
Folk psychology      141
Follesdal, D.      34
Formal logic      297
Formality      157
Formality Condition.      146 164 168—70
Frege, G.      60 242 270 295
Fregean senses      242
Frogs      257
G perception sentences      11
General conditional statements      99 100
Generation property      91
Gibbard, A.      112
Gibson, J. J.      9 141—2 144
Glad, C.      276
Godel, K.      xv 289
Goguen, J.      200
Graph      199
Grice, P.      43
Halvorsen, K.      200
Harman, G.      203 220
Hereditary subset relation      281
Hereditary subsituation      208 280
Higgenbotham, J.      3
Hilbert’s program      38
Hintikka, J.      7 23 86
Hirsch, E. D.      59
Hirst, R. J.      9
Hoban, R.      66 72—3
Holds in      185
Holmesian proposition      275
Hypersets      190 198
Hypothetical syllogism      108 110—1 128
Identity      244—5
Indeterminates      277
Individuation      260
Individuation, scheme      251 260 263
Inductive definitions      285
Inference      37 55 56 146 157
Inference, circumstantial rules of      152
Inference, formal      157
Inference, situated      157 162
Inference, sound      39 56
Infomorphisms.      257
Infon      205 250 263—4
Infon, basic      269
Infon, unsaturated      272
Infon, wellfounded      206
information      xiv 37 56 274
Information, carrying      263 274
Information, conditions      119
Information, content      140 257
Information, displayed      143
Information, extraction      xiv
Information, flow of      48
Information, having      204
Information, misplaced      70
Information, partial      277
Information, processing      xiv
Information, public      201
Information, relational nature of      139
Information, shared      218
Informational, equivalence      209
Informational, relations      140
Informational, situation      142
Intentional realism      162 169 171
Intentionality      141
Interpretation      62 70
Interpretation, basic question of      73
Interpretation, literary      59 296
Interpreting, conditional statements      123
Interpreting, general conditionals      123
Interpreting, specific conditionals      125
Inventor’s paradox      40
Israel, D.      135 146 154 171 200 276
issues      83
Iterate      207
Iterate approach      202
Iterated knowledge.      202
Jackendoff, R.      59
Japanese speakers      258
Kaplan, D.      88 148
Keller, H.      5
Kleene, S. C.      xv
Knapp      62
Knowledge      204
Knowledge, common      175 201—2 218
Knowledge, iterated      202
Knowledge, mutual      69
Kreisel, G.      178
Kripke, S.      243
Kripke’s puzzle      243
Lakoff, G.      4 34—5 294
Language of thought      146 154—6
Language, formal      146 158
Lewis, D.      69 82 106 110 126 202 203
Liar paradox      229
Literary interpretation      59 296
Logic      37 297
Logic of distributed systems      203
Logic of information      204
Logical, constants      37
Logical, equivalence      22 24 72
Logical, form      147 160
LTH      (see Language of thought)
Macken, B.      276
Mailloux, S.      59 74
Major constituent      182
Making implicit parameters explicit      152
Marshall, C.      69 203 220
Material conditional      106 108
Mathematical, activity      289
Mathematical, logic      297
Mathematics      258
Maximal accessible situation      223
McCarthy, J.      203
Meaning      37 41 42 50 56 62 88 294
Meaning and information.      49 56
Meaning, author      64 74
Meaning, relation theory of      87 91
Meaning, user      62
Meanings      43 49 99
Mental representation      74
MERGE      184
Meseguer, J.      200
Methodological solipsism      169
Michaels      62
Minimal model      214 217
Minimal model, informationally equivalent      217
Minor constituent      182
Misinformation      144
Mixed fixed point      176 285
Model      190
Modularity      160
Montague Grammar      85
Montague, R.      7 59 293
Moore, R.      223 227
Mostowski’s Collapsing Lemina      199
Mutual, belief      201
Mutual, knowledge      69
Naive adverbial theories of perception      25
Naked infinitive      8
Negation      225 234
Negative, constraint      274
Negative, fact      228
Nerbonne, J.      276
NI perception sentences      8 11
Niiniluoto, I.      7 23
Non-articulated      149
Non-constituent, articulated      66—7 149—50
Null constituent      160
Object      265
Olson, K.      139 223 234 267
PARAMETER      277
Parameter, explicit      152
Parametric, anchor      278
Parametric, constraint      100
Parametric, feature structure      283
Parametric, object      277
Part-of relation      259
Partial, information      277
Partial, satisfaction relation      208
Partiality      86
Peano arithmetic      255
Peirce, C. S.      43 295
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