Pure Modal Logic of Names and Tableau Systems

@article{Pietruszczak2018PureML,
  title={Pure Modal Logic of Names and Tableau Systems},
  author={A. Pietruszczak and Tomasz Jarmuzek},
  journal={Studia Logica},
  year={2018},
  volume={106},
  pages={1261-1289}
}
By a pure modal logic of names (PMLN) we mean a quantifier-free formulation of such a logic which includes not only traditional categorical, but also modal categorical sentences with modalities de re and which is an extension of Propositional Logic. For categorical sentences we use two interpretations: a “natural” one; and Johnson and Thomason’s interpretation, which is suitable for some reconstructions of Aristotelian modal syllogistic (Johnson in Notre Dame J Form Logic 30(2):271–284, 1989… Expand
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