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The concept of logical consequence

by John Etchemendy

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Published by Center for the Study of Language and Information in Stanford, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Logic, Symbolic and mathematical

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Etchemendy.
    SeriesDavid Hume series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBC135 .E83 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination174 p. ;
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL31728M
    ISBN 101575861941
    LC Control Number99012538

    Logical consequence is a fundamental concept in logic, which describes the relationship between statements that hold true when one statement logically follows from one or more statements. A valid logical argument is one in which the conclusion is entailed by the premises, because the conclusion is the consequence of the premises. The philosophical analysis of logical consequence involves the . Abstract. As with his account of truth, Tarski’s account of logical consequence has come in for a great deal of abuse. Characteristic here is Etchemendy’s familiar assessment that Tarski’s “account of logical truth and logical consequence does not capture, or even come close to capturing, any pretheoretic conception of the logical properties” [Etchemendy, , 6].

    is invalid — the conclusion is not a logical consequence of the premise. It is a material consequence of the premise. In this entry, we ill focus on logical consequence. In logical reason giving, the reasons are a priori reasons for the conclusion. That the premises of a valid argument are reasons for the conclusion does not rely on any further evidence (in this example, regarding the.   “Logical consequences” is a phrase I hear used a lot. It is often used inaccurately to describe a punishment disguised as a “consequence”. It is also often confused with “natural consequences”, which are the consequences that naturally occur with no intervention from an adult.

    Logical consequences: some examples. Four-year-old Sammy spills his milk, as he’s trying to pour it from one glass to another after you have asked him not to do that. by Dr. Jane Nelsen During a class meeting, students in a fifth grade class were asked to brainstorm logical consequences for two students who didn't hear the recess bell and were late for class. Following is their list of "consequences:" Make them write their names on the board. Make them stay after school that many minutes. Take away that many minutes off tomorrow's recess.


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Book Description. The intuitive concept of consequence has driven the study of logic for more than two thousand years.

But logic has moved forward dramatically in the past century. The aim of this book is to correct a common misunderstanding of one of the most widely used techniques of mathematical by: The intuitive concept of consequence, the notion that one sentence follows logically from another, has driven the study of logic for more than two thousand years.

But logic has moved forward dramatically in the past century - largely as The concept of logical consequence book result of bringing mathematics to bear on the field.4/5(11).

The Concept of Logical Consequence is a critical evaluation of the model-theoretic and proof-theoretic characterizations of logical consequence that proceeds from Alfred Tarski’s characterization of the informal concept of logical consequence.

This study evaluates and expands upon ideas set forth in Tarski’s article on logical consequence, and appeals to his article on by: 1. Introduction --Representational semantics --Tarski on logical truth --Interpretational semantics --Interpreting quantifiers --Modality and consequence --Reduction principle --Substantive generalizations --Myth of the logical constant --Logic from the metatheory --Completeness and soundness.

The Concept of Logical Consequence. John Etchemendy. The intuitive concept of consequence, the notion that one sentence follows logically from another, has driven the study of logic for more than two thousand years. But logic has moved forward dramatically in the past century—largely as a result of bringing mathematics to bear on the field.

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Find more information about:. The Concept of Logical Consequence is a critical evaluation of the model-theoretic and proof-theoretic characterizations of logical consequence that proceeds from Alfred Tarski's characterization of the informal concept of logical consequence.

This study evaluates and expands upon ideas set forth in Tarski's article on logical consequence, and appeals to his article on truth. Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for : Matthew W.

McKeon. Chapter 5 Logical Consequences Logical consequences is a method of classroom management that was developed by Rudolf Dreikurs. It is a powerful way of responding to children's misbehavior that not only is effective in stopping the behavior but is respectful of children and.

سایر کتاب ها other books; 0 سبد The Concept of Logical Consequence. صفحه اصلی. The book The Concept of Logical Consequence, John Etchemendy is published by Center for the Study of Language and Information. The Concept of Logical Consequence, Etchemendy All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK And here are where logical consequences come into play.

First, let’s define a logical consequence: It is one which makes sense as a consequence given the particular action. Grey L. Logical Consequences. Dutton Books, Tracy Cassels, PhD.

Logical Consequence From a Constructivist View - Oxford Handbooks In spite of the great advancement of logic in our time and the technical sophistication of disciplines such as model theory and proof theory, the concept of logical consequence—the most basic notion of logic—is Author: Dag Prawitz.

The Three Rs and an H of Logical Consequences. Related Respectful Reasonable; Helpful; Related means the consequence must be related to the behavior. Respectful means the consequence must not involve blame, shame or pain; and should be kindly and firmly enforced.

It. Logical Consequences - Adler and Dreikurs. Alfred Adler developed the theory called Individual Psychology. This philosophy is based on helping a person to determine their personal goals in order to resolve their own issues in life.

Rudolf Dreikurs, who was a student of Adler, built on this philosophy and tailored it toward students. His most well-known book, The Concept of Logical Consequence (, ), criticizes Alfred Tarski's widely accepted analysis of logical consequence.

Giga-fren As you can see, the concept of causality is important in RBM, so, outputs are a logical consequence of project activities, while outcomes are a logical consequence of the achievement of.

Logical consequences are designed to provide your child with an opportunity to learn from her mistakes, not lower her self-esteem. Use simple, concise, factual language and avoid negative emotion so as not to embarrass your child and make her feel defensive.

The logical consequence of tearing the pages out of a picture book is an opportunity for the child to tape the pages back in that book and all the books that have been ripped. False The "essential virtues" to moral intelligence include the follow, except. A logic of consequences guides what we normally consider as ‘analysis-based’ action (March and Simon, 7) and normally comprises deliberate consideration of alternatives, assessment of their outcomes and preference-driven choices.

Its key feature is the presence of calculated choice between Size: 61KB. Deductive-Theoretic Conceptions of Logical Consequence. According to the deductive-theoretic conception of logical consequence, a sentence X is a logical consequence of a set K of sentences if and only if X is a deductive consequence of K, that is, X is deducible or provable from K.

Deductive consequence is clarified in terms of the notion of proof in a correct deductive system. This chapter explores the concept of logical consequence and defends logical pluralism. Logic, in the core tradition, involves the study of formal languages.

However, the primary aim is to consider such languages as interpreted: languages which may be used either directly to make assertions and denials, or to analyse natural languages. Logic, whatever it is, must be a tool useful for the.Logical Consequences can fill in for natural consequences.

It was not unusual for my middle school students to forget something they needed for their day in school -- a lunch, a homework assignment, a book, a bus ticket (their heads if they weren't attached, goes the joke).On the Concept of Logical Consequence by Alfred Tarski.

I'm just going to briefly comment on the confused nature of this paper. I think Tarski knows its a bit confused but its still worth mentioning, particularly since this is an important topic.