2007 | Intensional Logic |
§1 | p.2 | 11026 | Classical logic is deliberately extensional, in order to model mathematics |
§3.3 | p.15 | 11028 | λ-abstraction disambiguates the scope of modal operators |
3 | p.8 | 15375 | If terms change their designations in different states, they are functions from states to objects |
3.3 | p.14 | 15376 | Intensional logic adds a second type of quantification, over intensional objects, or individual concepts |
3.4 | p.16 | 15377 | Definite descriptions pick out different objects in different possible worlds |
3.6.1 | p.23 | 15378 | Awareness logic adds the restriction of an awareness function to epistemic logic |
3.6.1 | p.23 | 15379 | Justication logics make explicit the reasons for mathematical truth in proofs |