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On How to Be a Dialogician
The aim here will be to present the main technical and philosophical features of what can be seen as the dialogical approach to logic, illustrated through both very well known and new dialogics, and delineate the common pragmatic attitude which constitutes the cohesive force within the dialogicals universe. Expand
Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science
  • Shahid Rahman
  • Philosophy, Computer Science
  • Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science
  • 2004
This chapter discusses Logic, Epistemology and the Unity of Science: An Encyclopedic Project in the Spirit of Neurath and Diderot Shahid Rahman and John Symons, and some of the contributions from Non-Classical Logics. Expand
Dialogues and Ontology, the Dialogical Approach to Free Logic
Being a pragmatic and not a referential approach to semantics, dialogi-cal logic does not understand semantics as mapping names, propositions and relationships into the real world to obtain anExpand
On Frege's Nightmare: A Combination of Intuitionistic, Free and Paraconsistent Logics
In this paper I present a dialogical formulation of free logic which allows a straightforward combination of paraconsistent and intuitionistic logic-I call this combination Frege's Nightmare. TheExpand
Dialogical Connexive Logic
This paper introduces dialogical games with the help of a new connexive If-Then (“→”), the structural rules of which allow the Proponent to develop (formal) winning strategies not only for the above-mentioned Connexive theses but also for (a → b) → ¬(a →¬ b) and (a→ b)→ ¬ (¬ a → b). Expand
From Games to Dialogues and Back
Two game-theoretically flavored approaches to logic are systematically compared: dialogical logic founded by Paul Lorenzen and Kuno Lorenz and the game- theoretical semantics of Jaakko Hintikka, establishing an exact connection between ‘in-tuitionistic dialogues with hypotheses’ and semantic games. Expand
Constructive Type Theory and the Dialogical Approach to Meaning
. November 2013 Volume 8: Games, Game Theory and Game Semantics pages 1-72. DOI: . Also online in: www.thebalticyearbook.org
Ways of understanding hugh Maccoll's concept of symbolic existence
Hugh MacColl (1837-1909) proposed, in several papers, a non-standard way of understanding the ontology underlying what we today call quantified propositions. His ideas, mixed with reflections aboutExpand
The dialogical dynamics of adaptive paraconsistency.
The dialogical approach to paraconsistency as developed by Rahman and Camielli ([1]), Rahman and Roetti ([2]) and Rahman ([3], [4] and [5]) suggests a way ofstudying the dynamic process ofarguingExpand