VOLUME 3 NUMBER 1 DEC 1998
Published Dec 1999

Nordic Journal of
Philosophical Logic (NJPL)

 

INTRODUCTION


PART I. HISTORY OF LOGIC.
 

IVOR GRATTAN-GUINNESS
ARE OTHER LOGICS POSSIBLE? MACCOLL'S LOGIC AND SOME ENGLISH REACTIONS, 1905-1912

VOLKER PECKHAUS
HUGH MACCOLL AND THE GERMAN ALGEBRA OF LOGIC

SHAHID RAHMAN
WAYS OF UNDERSTANDING HUGH MACCOLL'S CONCEPT OF SYMBOLIC EXISTENCE

STEPHEN READ
HUGH MACCOLL AND THE ALGEBRA OF STRICT IMPLICATION

PETER SIMONS
MACCOLL AND MANY-VALUED LOGIC: AN EXCLUSIVE CONJUNCTION

WERNER STELZNER
CONTEXT-SENSITIVITY AND THE TRUTH-OPERATOR IN HUGH MACCOLL'S MODAL DISTINCTIONS

GÖRAN SUNDHOLM
MACCOLL ON JUDGEMENT AND INFERENCE

JAN WOLENSKI
MACCOLL ON MODALITIES


 

PART II. PHILOSOPHY, THEOLOGY, AND LITERATURE.
 

MICHAEL ASTROH
MACCOLL'S EVOLUTIONARY DESIGN OF LANGUAGE

STEFAAN E. CUYPERS
THE METAPHYSICAL FOUNDATIONS OF HUGH MACCOLL'S RELIGIOUS ETHICS

STEIN HAUGOM OLSEN
HUGH MACCOLL - VICTORIAN

 

HUGH MACCOLL BIBLIOGRAPHY
  

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