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- PublisherSpringer International Publishing AG
- Date of Publication29/04/2016
- Series TitleLogic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science
- Series Part/Volume Number38
- Place of PublicationCham
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintSpringer International Publishing AG
- Content Note33 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight1021 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine32 mm
- Edited byAngel Nepomuceno Fernandez,Juan Redmond,Olga Pombo Martins
- Table Of ContentsPart 1: The Dynamics of Knowledge I: Proof-Theoretical Approaches and the Interactive Viewpoint.- Chapter 1 Granstrom, Johan: Perennial Intuitionism.- Chapter 2 Piecha, Thomas and Schroeder-Heister, Peter: Atomic Systems in Proof-Theoretic Semantics: Two Approaches.- Chapter 3 Rahman, Shahid; Jovanovic, Radmila and Clerbout, Nicolas: Knowledge and its Game Theoretical Foundations: The Challenge of the Dialogical Approach to Constructive Type Theory.- Chapter 4 McAdams, Darryl and Sterling, Jonathan: Dependent types for Pragmatics.- Chapter 5 Naibo, Alberto; Petrolo, Mattia and Seiller, Thomas: On the Computational Meaning of Axioms.- Part 2 The Dynamics of Knowledge II: Epistemology, Games, and Dynamic Epistemic logic.- Chapter 6 Pacuit, Eric and Roy Olivier: A Dynamic Analysis of Interactive Rationality.- Chapter 7 Hawke, Peter: Relevant Alternatives in Epistemology and Logic.- Chapter 8 Shi, Chenwei: in Knowledge Based on Reliable Evidence.- Chapter 9 Baskent, Can: Public Announcements and Inconsistencies: For a Paraconsistent Topological Model.- Chapter 10 Rebuschi, Manuel: Knowing Necessary Truths.- Chapter 11 Gomez-Caminero, Emilio and Nepomuceno, Angel: Modified Tableaux For Some Kinds Of Multimodal Logics.- Part 3 Argumentation, Conversation and Meaning in Context.- Chapter 12 Martinez, Silvia: Irony as a visual argument.- Chapter 13 Rothenfluch, Sruthi: Ascribing knowledge to Experts: A Virtue-Contextualist Approach.- Chapter 14 Nzokou, Gildas: Defeasible Argumentation in African Oral Traditions. A Special Case of Dealing with non-Monotonic Inference in a Dialogical Framework.- Chapter 15 Puncochar, Vit: Semantics of Assertibility and Deniability.- Chapter 16 Salguero-Lamillar, Francisco J.: The quest for the concept in the XXth century: predicates, functions, categories and argument structure.- Part 4 A critical Interlude.- Chapter 17 Wolenski, Jan: On Leonard Nelson's criticism of Epistemology.- Part 5 Knowledge and Sciences I: Naturalized Logic and Epistemology, Cognition and Abduction.- Chapter 18 Woods, John: Logic Naturalized.- Chapter 19 Soler-Toscano, Fernando: Action Models for the Extended Mind.- Chapter 20 Iranzo, Valeriano: Explanatory Reasoning: a probabilistic interpretation.- Chapter 21 Pietarinen, Ahti and Belluci, Francesco: The Iconic Moment. Towards a Peircean theory of diagrammatic imagination.- Part 6 Knowledge and Sciences II: The Role of Models and the Use of Fictions.- Chapter 22 Huneman, Philippe: Does emergence also belong to the scientific image? Elements of an alternative theoretical framework towards an objective notion of emergence.- Chapter 23 Fernandez Moreno, Luis: A Comparison Of The Semantics Of Natural Kind Terms And Artifactual Terms.- Chapter 24 Rivadulla, Andres: Models, Representation and Incompatibility. A Contribution to the Epistemological Debate on the Philosophy of Physics.- Chapter 25 Sievers, Juliele Maria: Fictions in Legal Science: the Strange Case of the Basic Norm.
- Author BiographyJuan Redmond is full professor at the University of Valparaiso, Institute oh Philosophy and research fellow at the Conicyt (Chile). He is graduated in Philosophy by the University of Cuyo (Argentina), Master in Literature by the Faculty of Etudes Romanes by the University of Lille 3 (France), with a dissertation untitled Fictions in the work of Jorge Luis Borges: for an artefactual approach and PhD in 2010 in Philosophy, University of Lille 3 (France), with a dissertation on Dialogical logic of fictions. Olga Maria Pombo Martins is graduated in Philosophy by the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon, Master in Modern Philosophy by the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences by the New University of Lisbon, with a dissertation untitled Leibniz and the Problem of a Universal Language, PhD in 1998 in History and Philosophy of Education, University of Lisbon, with a dissertation on Unity of Sciences and disciplinar configuration of Knowledges. At 2009 she presented her Aggregation in History and Philosophy of Science at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon (FCUL). She coordinated the scientific projects Encyclopedia and Hypertex (FCT- Sapiens, 1999-2002), Scientific Culture. Conceptual Migrations and Social Contaminations (FCT - Sapiens, 2002-2005) and Image in Science and Art (FCT - PTDC, 2006-2011). Since 2003, she is the coordinator of the research Centre for philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon (CFCUL). She was the president of the FCUL Department Autonomous unit for History and Philosophy of Sciences from 2007 up until 2012. Angel Nepomuceno is Professor at the University of Sevilla, Departement of Logic and Philosophy of Science. His global research line is the interdisciplinary field Logic, Language and Information, specifically Logic (classical and non-classical), Argumentation Theory, Epistemology and theory of scientific knowledge.
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