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[catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / A. Overview of Logic / 4. Pure Logic]

Full Idea

I offer these three claims as a partial analysis of 'pure logic': ontological innocence (no new entities are introduced), universal applicability (to any realm of discourse), and cognitive primacy (no extra-logical ideas are presupposed).

Gist of Idea

A 'pure logic' must be ontologically innocent, universal, and without presuppositions

Source

Řystein Linnebo (Plural Quantification Exposed [2003], §1)

Book Reference

-: 'Nous' [-], p.75