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Epistemology, Knowledge and the Impact of Interaction /

With this volume of the series Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science edited by S. Rahman et al. a challenging dialogue is being continued. The series’ first volume argued that one way to recover the connections between logic, philosophy of sciences, and sciences is to acknowledge the host of...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Redmond, Juan. (Editor), Pombo Martins, Olga. (Editor), Nepomuceno Fernández, Ángel. (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2016.
Series:Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science, 38
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Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Part 1: The Dynamics of Knowledge I: Proof-Theoretical Approaches and the Interactive Viewpoint
  • Chapter 1 Granström, 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 Başkent, Can: Public Announcements and Inconsistencies: For a Paraconsistent Topological Model
  • Chapter 10 Rebuschi, Manuel: Knowing Necessary Truths
  • Chapter 11 Gómez-Caminero, Emilio and Nepomuceno, Angel: Modified Tableaux For Some Kinds Of Multimodal Logics
  • Part 3 Argumentation, Conversation and Meaning in Context
  • Chapter 12 Martínez, 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 Punčochář, Vít: 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 Fernández Moreno, Luis: A Comparison Of The Semantics Of Natural Kind Terms And Artifactual Terms
  • Chapter 24 Rivadulla, Andrés: 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.