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Intuitionistic logic considered as an extension of classical logic : some critical remarks

Javier Legris, Jorge A. Molina (2001)

Philosophia Scientiae

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In this paper we analyze the consideration of intuitionistic logic as an extension of classical logic. This — at first sight surprising — point of view has been sustained explicitly by Jan Łukasiewicz on the basis of a mapping of classical propositional logic into intuitionistic propositional logic by Kurt Gödel in 1933. Simultaneously with Gödel, Gerhard Gentzen had proposed another mapping of Peano´s arithmetic into Heyting´s arithmetic. We shall discuss these mappings in connection...

Logic of existence and logic of knowledge. Epistemic and non epistemic aspects of logic

Michel Bourdeau (2003)

Philosophia Scientiae

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Contrairement à ce qui a parfois été dit, la logique classique et la logique intuitionniste ne s’opposent pas comme une logique de l’existence à une logique de la connaissance. Les considérations épistémologiques trouvent naturellement leur place dans le cadre de la logique classique, sans qu’il soit nécessaire de faire intervenir aucun principe intuitionniste ; il suffit pour cela de reconnaître que la logique ne peut se passer de la notion d’assertion, ou si l’on préfère de jugement....

Grzegorczyk’s Logics. Part I

Taneli Huuskonen (2015)

Formalized Mathematics

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This article is the second in a series formalizing some results in my joint work with Prof. Joanna Golinska-Pilarek ([9] and [10]) concerning a logic proposed by Prof. Andrzej Grzegorczyk ([11]). This part presents the syntax and axioms of Grzegorczyk’s Logic of Descriptions (LD) as originally proposed by him, as well as some theorems not depending on any semantic constructions. There are both some clear similarities and fundamental differences between LD and the non-Fregean logics introduced...