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Mihalydeak Tamas (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
General Logical Systems of Functor-Argument Decomposition
Cracow University of Economics Discussion Papers Series (CUE DP), 2011, nr 1(8), 13 s., bibliogr. 14 poz.
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Logika, Analiza logiczna
Logic, Logical analysis
We consider general logical systems of functor-argument decomposition. The defined notion of contexts as introduced here plays a crucial role in defining central logical notions such as satisfiability, consequence relations and validity. We outline the most important possibilities which in turn lead to different logical systems. (original abstract)
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