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Proceedings of the XXII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 13, 2008

Logic and Philosophy of Logic

Adrian Vizitiu
Pages 129-134

Constructive Mediated Interferences

In the article we present, we draw the reader’s attention on the possibility that mediated inferences could become means of making categorical sentences representing new data in the chain of human knowledge. These new classes of objects, which are expressed by the intersection of two classes of given objects, should appear as conclusions in a deductive inference where the premises are true. The truth of certain such data becomes a criterion of existence for the objects described by the data.

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