Manuel Rebuschi

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One of the highlights of recent informal epistemology is its growing theoretical emphasis upon various notions of context. The present paper addresses the connections between knowledge and context within a formal approach. To this end, a “contextual epistemic logic”, CEL, is proposed, which consists of an extension of standard S5 epistemic modal logic with(More)
Manuel Rebuschi, Maxime Amblard, Michel Musiol. Using SDRT to analyze pathological conversations. Logicality, rationality and pragmatic deviances. Manuel Rebuschi and Martine Batt and Gerhard Heinzmann and Franck Lihoreau and Michel Musiol and Alain Trognon. Interdisciplinary Works in Logic, Epistemology, Psychology and Linguistics: Dialogue, Rationality,(More)
This short note provides a tentative formalization of Czeżowski’s ideas about axiological concepts: Good and Evil are conceived of as modalities rather than as predicates. A natural account of the resulting “ethical logic” appears to be very close to standard deontic logic. If one does not resolve to become an antirealist regarding moral values, a possible(More)
Drozdek, Adam. 1997. "Logic and Ontology in the Thought of Bolzano." Logic and Logical Philosophy no. 5:3-18. "Logic and theology were two domains of great importance to Bolzano. His attempt to reconcile the demands of these two domains led Bolzano to very strong logical realism, or, objectivism, whereby theology could be put on a firm ground. The paper(More)