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The First Decade of the Logic of Change LCG

Ivan Restović ; Institute of Philosophy, Ulica Grada Vukovara 54, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 286 Kb

str. 151-160

preuzimanja: 417



LCG is a logic of change proposed in 2007 by Świętorzecka. Its initial goal was to analyze in a logical framework the Aristotelian theory of substantial change – a kind of change that is more fundamental than others. Motivated by Aristotle’s account, Świętorzecka proposes to enrich the language of classical logic by two operators of change, reflecting the Aristotelian dichotomy of generation and corruption. However, along with the Aristotelian interpretation, as an independent formal system, LCG offers a plethora of possible interpretations and insights. In the present article I briefly summarize the existing work in LCG and reflect on its further development.

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Aristotelian theory of substantial change; classical conceptions of changeability; epistemic changes; growing language; logic of change LCG; modality; temporal logic

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