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Logic in linguistics

Logic in linguistics

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Allwood, Jens S., 1947-. Andersson, Lars-Gunnar, 1949-. Dahl, Osten.
Title Statement
Logic in linguistics / Jens Allwood, Lars-Gunnar Andersson, Osten Dahl.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge [Eng.] ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   c1977.  
Physical Medium
x, 185 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
ISBN
0521214963 0521291747 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 172-174) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Language and languages -- Philosophy. Linguistics. Logic.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Jens Allwood(엮은이)

Osten Dahl(엮은이)

Lars-gunnar Andersson(엮은이)

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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅷ
Symbols and notational conventions = ⅸ
1. Logic for linguists = 1
2. Set theory = 3
 2.1 Sets and elements = 3
 2.2 Relations between sets = 5
 2.3 Operations on sets = 6
 2.4 Relations and functions = 9
3. Inference and logical analysis of sentences = 15
 3.1 Inference = 15
 3.2 Logical form = 18
 3.3 Sentences and propositions = 20
 3.4 Possible worlds and the truth-set of a proposition = 22
 3.5 Analytic and synthetic sentences = 23
 3.6 Simple and compound sentences = 24
 3.7 The depth of the logical analysis = 25
4. Prepositional logic = 26
 4.1 Connectives = 26
 4.2 The meaning of the logical connectives = 30
  4.2.1 Negation = 30
  4.2.2 Conjunction = 32
  4.2.3 Disjunction = 34
  4.2.4 Implication = 37
  4.2.5 Equivalence = 40
 4.3 How to indicate constituent structure = 42
 4.4 The syntax and semantics of prepositional calculus = 44
 4.5 Syntax = 45
 4.6 Semantics = 47
 4.7 Tautologies and contradictions = 50
 4.8 Truth tables = 50
5. Predicate logic = 58
 5.1 Extending the logical analysis = 58
 5.2 Quantifiers = 61
 5.3 Summary of the syntax of predicate logic = 71
 5.4 The semantics of predicate logic = 72
 5.5 True in all interpretations = 77
 5.6 Summary of the semantics of predicate logic = 83
 5.7 A formal version of the semantics = 84
 5.8 Formal properties of relations = 88
  5.8.1 Reflexivity = 88
  5.8.2 Symmetry = 89
  5.8.3 Transitivity = 89
  5.8.4 Converse = 90
  5.8.5 Structure of the domain and co-domain of relations = 90
6. Deduction = 96
 6.1 The deductive system = 96
 6.2 Deduction rules in everyday conversation = 104
7. Modal logic = 108
 7.1 Modal operators = 108
 7.2 Strict implication = 110
 7.3 Other modalities = 111
 7.4 Problems connected with scope and identity in modal logic = 114
  7.4.1 'De dicto'-'de re' ambiguities = 114
  7.4.2 Specificity = 116
  7.4.3 Opacity = 117
  7.4.4 Cross-world identification = 119
 7.5 Counter factual sentences = 120
 7.6 Tense logic and reference points = 121
8. Intensional logic and categorial grammar = 125
 8.1 Intensions and extensions = 125
 8.2 Intension = 127
 8.3 The Fregean principle = 130
 8.4 The Fregean principle and categorial grammar = 132
 8.5 Categories, intensions and types = 136
9. Further extensions = 148
 9.1 Second-order predicate logic and predicate operators = 148
 9.2 Presuppositions and definite descriptions = 149
 9.3 Pragmatic analysis of presuppositions = 153
 9.4 The abstraction- or lambda-operator = 155
10. Logic for linguists? = 158
 10.1 General = 158
 10.2 The concept of meaning = 158
 10.3 The role of formal languages in analysing natural language = 164
 10.4 The limitations of classical logic = 168
References = 172
Answers to exercises = 175
Index = 181


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