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### Single Idea 10284

#### [catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / I. Semantics of Logic / 1. Semantics of Logic]

Full Idea

Semantic rules can be presented in 'Tarski style', where the interpretation-plus-valuation is reduced to the same question for simpler formulas, or the 'Henkin-Hintikka style' in terms of games, or the 'Barwise-Etchemendy style' for computers.

Clarification

For 'interpretation' and 'valuation' see Idea 10283

Gist of Idea

There are three different standard presentations of semantics

Source

Wilfrid Hodges (First-Order Logic [2001], 1.3)

Book Reference

'Blackwell Guide to Philosophical Logic', ed/tr. Goble,Lou [Blackwell 2001], p.13

A Reaction

I haven't yet got the hang of the latter two, but I note them to map the territory.