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Philosophical Logic
A Critique of Nabavi’s Specific Views in the Elements of Philosophical Logic

Mahdi Assadi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 1-25


  Since the Elements of Philosophical Logic, written by Dr. Lotfollah Nabavi, is the first Persian book in the difficult area of philosophical logic, it is not flawless supposedly. So, we have tried in this paper to criticize the writer’s own specific views in the book. In the Tense logic chapter, ...  Read More

Philosophical Logic
Critical Review of a Critique of the Non-Truth-Functional System of Propositional Logic; Are the Theses of Aristotle and Boethius Proved?

morteza Hajihosseini; Hamide Bahmanpour

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 27-63


  In Classical Logic, it is not possible to conclude from "If P then Q" that "It is not the case that if P then ∼Q". This argument, whose conditional counterpart is known as Boethius' thesis, is abundantly attested in the realm of causal, conceptual, and logical relations. Aristotle's thesis "It is ...  Read More

Analytical Philosophy
Analysis of Referential and Attributive Uses Based on Indirect Speech Acts

Gholamreza Hosseinpour

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 65-84


  One of the important questions about definite descriptions is the difference between referential and attributive uses of these descriptions. Donnellan objects Russell and Strawson's theories of definite descriptions because they both fail to explain referential use, but nowhere do they give us a set ...  Read More

Analytical Philosophy
Extending Zalta's Logic to Abstract Ordinary Object

MohammadHadi Soleimani; Davood Hosseini

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 85-117


  Abstract According to Zalta's Neo-Meinongean object theory, objects are either ordinary or abstract. Ordinary objects, though abstract, exemplify - rather than encode - their properties. However, it seems that objects such as mythical objects violate this inclusive and exclusive categorization. Mythological ...  Read More

Comparative Studies in Logic
Ghazali and the interaction of logic and Islamic sciences

َAflatoon Sadeghi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 119-143


  The science of logic, with a history as long as human thought, was compiled by the Greek thinker Aristotle (322-384 BC) in separate books, and his early commentators divided it into nine parts under the title "Organon" and this work in the beginning of Islam was gradually translated into Arabic by Syriac ...  Read More

Philosophical Logic
A critique on the article " Non-contradiction Paradox"

Javad Azimi Dastgerdi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 145-160


  In an article titled " Non-contradiction Paradox", Mahdi Azimi mentioned Mulla Sadra's words are in response to the non-contradiction Paradox. Azimi says that Mulla Sadra examines the statement “the aggregation of the pair of contradictories is impossible” then using the subject-predicate ...  Read More

Traditional Logic
Aristotle and the universal-particular duality

Mahdi Azimi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 161-176


  Aristotle gives a definition of "universal" that Łukasiewicz considers non-comprehensive because it does not include null universals. In addition, Aristotle's definition of a particular can be understood in two ways: (1) a particular can only be predicated on one thing, (2) a particular cannot be predicated. ...  Read More

Comparative Studies in Logic
Term-subject modal in modal logic from Al-Farabi's and Avicenna's viewpoint

Alireza Ghadrdan; Mohammad Karimi Lasaki

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 177-201


  The relationship between term-subject and subject in the attrebutive theorem is (‘عقدالوضع’-Aghd Al-Vaz). According to Al-Razi pruport, the modal of that relationship in Al-farabi’s viewpoint is contingency but Al-Tousi says Al-Farabi’s viewpoint is possibility modal. ...  Read More

Philosophical Logic
An axiomatization for different levels of Islamic legal justification, using nonclassical conditionals.

Fateme Sadat Nabavi; Hosein Kamkar; Zinat Ayatollahi; Alireza Shahbazi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 203-225


  When formalizing the Islamic legal reasoning system, we encounter various categories of justifications which require different logical operators. For instance, certain ones possess a certain epistemic value; thus, accepting them necessitates accepting the accompanying causal and logical ramifications. ...  Read More

Philosophy of Language
Toward the Nature of the Meinongian Propositions

Hassan Hamtaii; Seyyed Mohammad Ali Hodjati

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2024, Pages 227-244


  This paper is a reflection on the nature of Meinongian Propositions (MP), within which properties are ascribed to non-existent objects, preserving the possibility of their being true. Ordinary theories of the propositional unity, I demonstrate, provide explanations to the nature of MP, only in pain of ...  Read More

Critical analysis of the rulings of the components of conditional propositions

Abdolali Shokr

Volume 13, Issue 2 , February 2023, , Pages 141-160


  In conditional propositions, it is said that these propositions are formed from the second combination of single elements. So, every conditional proposition is composed of at least two categorical propositions, which are considered as their components. According to the opinion of logicians, these components ...  Read More

distinction between sense and reference in Husserl's phenomenology

ali reza attarzadeh

Volume 13, Issue 1 , August 2022, , Pages 117-141


  Theory of meaning isn’t the central problem of Husserl’s phenomenology, but he treats of meaning for supporting his notion of pure logic. Since there is a strong connection between logic and language, Logical investigations begins with the discussion of language and meaning. In order to identifying ...  Read More

Comparative Studies in Logic
The position of logic and philosophy in Universal and Partial topics

Abdolali Shokr

Volume 13, Issue 1 , August 2022, , Pages 93-115


  It is a universal and partial of the issues discussed in philosophy and logic. Whereas, in order to avoid intermingle the issues of each science, their boundaries are Located through their subjects; The question arises why in both the sciences of logic and philosophy, both universal and partial are discussed? ...  Read More

The Logic of Zero Grounding Account and Its Challenges

Meysam Zandi; Davood Hosseini

Volume 13, Issue 1 , August 2022, , Pages 67-92


  The theory of ground is committed to the grounding facts. As they contain non-fundamental notions, they must be grounded in something. Zero Grounding Account believes it is possible to show that by relating grounding and metaphysical argument these facts are zero-grounded. We want to introduce this theory ...  Read More

Philosophical Logic
Russell and Modality

Fereshte Nabati

Volume 14, Issue 1 , July 2023, , Pages 205-230


  Nowadays modal logic is one of the important areas of logic, but at the beginning of the emergence of modern logic, there was not much attention to this branch of logic, and even the founders of modern logic, including Russell, had an anti-modal position. One of the factors that led Russell to adopt ...  Read More

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