Judgement and the Epistemic Foundation of Logic
Maria van der Schaar (Hrsg.)
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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Allgemeines, Lexika
This compelling reevaluation of the relationship between logic and knowledge affirms the key role that the notion of judgement must play in such a review. The commentary repatriates the concept of judgement in the discussion, banished in recent times by the logical positivism of Wittgenstein, Hilbert and Schlick, and the Platonism of Bolzano. The volume commences with the insights of Swedish philosopher Per Martin-Löf, the father of constructive type theory, for whom logic is a demonstrative science in which judgement is a settled feature of the landscape. His paper opens the first of four sections that examine, in turn, historical philosophical assessments of judgement and reason; their place in early modern philosophy; the notion of judgement and logical theory in Wolff, Kant and Neo-Kantians like Windelband; their development in the Husserlian phenomenological paradigm; and the work of Bolzano, Russell and Frege. The papers, whose authors include Per Martin-Löf, Göran Sundholm, Michael Della Rocca and Robin Rollinger, represent a finely judged editorial selection highlighting work on philosophers exercised by the question of whether or not an epistemic notion of judgement has a role to play in logic. The volume will be of profound interest to students and academicians for its application of historical developments in philosophy to the solution of vexatious contemporary issues in the foundation of logic.
Judgement and Husserl, Windelband and Brentano, Concepts of knowledge, Stump on states of affairs, Constructions and proofs, Epistemic rules and Descartes, Theory of Judgement, Constructive type theory and unanswerable questions, Heying and assertion, Judgement and the epistemic foundation of logic, Judgement and Kant, Bolzano and conceptual truth, Constructive type theory and analyticity, Frege, Russell and the assertion sign, Wolff and Kant, Husserl on states of affairs, Judgement and Per Martin-Löf, Judgement and Windelband, Judgement and Wolff, Bolzano and analytic truth, judgement and ground, History of Logic, Constructive type theory and logical positivism, Judgement and Spinoza, Judgement and Russell, Conception of mathematics, Judgement and Descartes, Judgement and Frege, Judgement and Bolzano, Judgement and the principle of sufficient reason, Brentano on states of affairs, Judgement and reason