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Toward an Epistemic-Logical Theory of Categorization

Willem Conradie, Sabine Frittella, Alessandra Palmigiano, Michele Piazzai, Apostolos Tzimoulis, Nachoem M. Wijnberg
2017 Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science  
In the present paper, we introduce a sound and complete epistemic logic of categories and agents' categorical perception.  ...  We use this framework to discuss and propose logic-based formalizations of some core concepts from psychological, sociological, and organizational research in categorization theory.  ...  connections between modern categorization theory and epistemic logic.  ... 
doi:10.4204/eptcs.251.12 fatcat:57wduduzdbg3fl374mx7qfadra

Epistemic Utility and the Normativity of Logic

Richard Pettigrew
2017 Logos & Episteme: An International Journal of Epistemology  
that, if you believe , and you adopt any categorical doxastic attitude towards , then you ought to believe .  ...  It is in this sense that epistemic utility theory vindicates a normative reading of the Lockean thesis. Suppose ≥ -that is, you are an epistemic conservative or centrist.  ...  However, as in the full belief case, while this may be the correct account of epistemic value for Field's use of strong Kleene logic or Priest's use of Logic of Paradox, it is not obviously the correct  ... 
doi:10.5840/logos-episteme20178435 fatcat:aitmklqstfgllfinwykex3pnoq

A Pragmatic Analysis Of The Pedagogical Implications Of The Use Of English Epistemic Modality Written Literary Discourse

Lalu Muhaimi, Sribagus Sribagus
2019 Jurnal Ilmiah Profesi Pendidikan  
: This is a pragmatic study of the use of the items of epistemic modality in a literary discourse with the main aims to identify, analyze and describe the ways the items of epistemic modality are used.  ...  The results of the interpretative and descriptive analysis reveal that the items of epistemic modality are found to be very dominant which also suggests that the genre of narrative fiction is linguistically  ...  knowledge theory, and literature theory such as fiction theory.  ... 
doi:10.29303/jipp.v4i1.75 fatcat:62hynlqzpzg6fa4bapncipclcy

Page 3564 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2001F [page]

2001 Mathematical Reviews  
(89-100); René Thom, The hyle- morphic schema in mathematics (101-113); Saunders MacLane, Categorical foundations of the protean character of mathematics (117-122); Jean-Pierre Marquis, Category theory  ...  Serebriannikov [Oleg Fedorovich Serebryannikov], An extension of Gentzen’s analy- sis of logical deduction to second-order logic (223-226); V. M. Popov [Vladimir M.  ... 


2020 ARHE  
Here, a new type of expert is proposed: a contributory expert generalist. Their necessity stems from the methodology of epistēmē proper.  ...  It has been taken for granted that expertise concerns only specialization; even an individual characterized as a "polymath" or homo universalis is considered to be an expert specialist in many fields.  ...  To sum up, another analogy could be the following: epistēmē vs science vs witchcraft or theory vs fraud of the senses vs fraud of the subtle-senses… …or why science and witchcraft have almost an identity  ... 
doi:10.19090/arhe.2020.33.123-143 fatcat:fesfg5tggjb2vaydg542xmwxba


2022 ARHE  
One of the main differences that will be discussed is related to logic, both as a concept and as a theory.  ...  Is "science" the corresponding concept of its Greek progenitor, epistēmē? Traditionally, they were thought of as identical concepts.  ...  For example, one can turn towards the simple arts (for an extensive presentation regarding theory of arts: Lekkas, 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.19090/arhe.2021.35.279-312 fatcat:gxf43guhl5fffee5w5esn7r6pa


Lalu Muhaimi, Sribagus ., Muhammad Fadjri
2017 Okara: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra  
This is a cognitive pragmatic study of the use of the items of epistemic modality in a narrative fiction.  ...  The aims of this study are to identify, analyze and describe the ways the items of epistemic modality are used.  ...  semantics, general knowledge theory, and literature theory such as fiction theory.  ... 
doi:10.19105/ojbs.v11i2.1488 fatcat:slgry5jrdfbkrhaxnnkvsffo6u

Epistemic Warrant for Categorizational Activities in Knowledge Organization [chapter]

John M. Budd, Daniel Martínez-Ávila
2016 Knowledge Organization for a Sustainable World: Challenges and Perspectives for Cultural, Scientific, and Technological Sharing in a Connected Society  
The present proposal suggests that assessing the warrant of a work is a means to categorize content.  ...  In this vein, epistemic warrant is proposed as a means of enrich literary warrant in the construction of knowledge organization systems.  ...  Epistemic warrant has a substantial pedigree in a couple of ways, including argumentation and the theory of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956504389-142 fatcat:j3a65pou55d6vfvnqqk6vmcveu

Peirce and Lonergan on Inquiry and the Pragmatics of Inference

Alan R. Rhoda
2011 International Philosophical Quarterly  
each of Peirce's three distinct types of inferenceabductive, deductive, and inductive-plays a distinct cognitive role, and (3) that each type of inference answers a distinct type of question and thereby  ...  resolves a distinct kind of interrogative intentionality.  ...  Toward a Unified Account Comparing Lonergan's and Peirce's theories of inquiry reveals significant parallels.  ... 
doi:10.5840/ipq201151222 fatcat:v3fekeutqbh5tfhtpesmcr4hn4

The information in intuitionistic logic

Johan van Benthem
2008 Synthese  
I quickly found an 'embarras de richesse': many natural notions of information occur entangled in logic, and their relations are often unclear.  ...  Keywords Information · Intuitionistic logic · Epistemic logic · Dynamic logic Logic and information, a web of story lines The notion of information is not a standard theme in logic, but it really lies  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-008-9408-5 fatcat:c3k6w6pn7rfr7b67piq2paeyv4

Some Clarifications about the Argumentative Theory of Reasoning. A Reply to Santibáñez Yañez (2012)

Hugo Mercier
2012 Informal Logic  
Second, it suggests one domain—the categorization of arguments—in which argumentation studies and the argumentative theory of reasoning could usefully complement each other to yield a better understanding  ...  theory of reasoning.  ...  ) logic," 155), a field that Santibáñez Yañez contends has been neglected in this novel theory.  ... 
doi:10.22329/il.v32i2.3598 fatcat:epolhgq42jajfhullmsv2m62eu

(Not) Part of the System: Resolving Epistemic Disconnect Through Archival Reference

Yvonne M. Eadon.
2020 Knowledge organization  
Reference personnel can build trust with conspiracist researchers by displaying epistemic empathy and subverting hegemonic archival logics.  ...  The epistemic commitments of archival knowledge organization (AKO), rooted in provenance and access/secrecy, fundamentally conflict with the epistemic features of conspiracism, namely: mistrust of authority  ...  Finally, in Section 6 I begin to consider the question of what an epistemically flexible AKOS could look like, through the lens of domain analysis, and I conclude by gesturing towards further research.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2020-6-441 fatcat:j2cgdokdqrhklcblnzt3kfm3le

Direct and Indirect Roles for Values in Science*

Kevin C. Elliott
2011 Philosophy of Science  
The distinction can be formulated in several ways: as a logical point, as a distinction between epistemic attitudes, or as a clarification of different consequences associated with accepting scientific  ...  Moreover, it can serve either as part of a normative ideal or as a tool for policing how values influence science.  ...  This makes it all the more difficult for scientists to determine what their epistemic attitude toward a theory or hypotheses is (or what it should be) because they have to take into account their epistemic  ... 
doi:10.1086/659222 fatcat:oiamnkggmvbz3g6cmoiwposbhe

Toward an experimental account of argumentation: the case of the slippery slope and the ad hominem arguments

Marco Lillo-Unglaube, Andrés Canales-Johnson, Gorka Navarrete, Claudio Fuentes Bravo
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
Furthermore, classical theories of argumentation are normative (i.e., the acceptability of an argument is determined by a set of norms or logical rules), which sometimes creates a dissociation between  ...  an integrated area of research on the psychology of argumentation.  ...  norm or logical rule (as in normative theories).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01420 pmid:25566112 pmcid:PMC4266019 fatcat:nkfqsa3rfral5c3x5he5y3gqxi

Levi's Challenge and Peirce's Theory/Practice Distinction

2012 Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society  
I offer instead an interpretation of Peirce on which the differences between different areas of inquiry are descriptive rather than normative.  ...  Isaac Levi (1980) targets an implicit tension in C.S.  ...  Call such a view epistemic categorical fallibilism.  ... 
doi:10.2979/trancharpeirsoc.48.1.51 fatcat:tabeeeogcjd7hcjillbsjtmudy
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