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BK
1st pub.
New York : Palgrave MacMillan, 2014
viii, 278 s. ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-1-137-45295-5 (váz.)
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 260-269, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
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Acknowledgments 1 // Inferentialism: State of Play // 1.1 What is meaning? // 1.2 Inferentialism and logic // 1.3 Brandom’s inferentialism // 1.4 ’Normative’ inferentialism vs. ’causal’ inferentialism // 1.5 Is inferentialism circular? // 1.6 Plan of the rest of the book // 1.7 Summary of Chapter 1 // Part I Language, Meaning, and Norms // 2 Words as Governed by Rules // 2.1 Ross’s’Noit-clf tribe’ // 2.2 Tü-tü vs. ownership vs. fim // 2.3 Material inference // 2.4 Empirical vocabulary // 2.5 Inferences into and out of language? // 2.6 Spinning in the void? // 2.7 Is language dispensable? // 2.8 Summary of Chapter 2 // 3 Meanings as Inferential Roles // 3.1 Use theories of meaning // 3.2 Dispositions vs. proprieties // 3.3 Inferential potential and inferential significance of a sentence // 3.4 Inferential roles // 3.5 A toy language // 3.6 Which inferences determine meaning? // 3.7 Are inferential roles compositional? // 3.8 Are there inferential roles, really? // 3.9 Summary of Chapter 3 // 4 The Rules of Language // 4.1 Implicit rules? // 4.2 Following rules vs. bouncing off them // 4.3 Rule following as a behavioral pattern 74 // 4.4 Normative attitudes 76 // 4.5 Is meaning normative? 79 // 4.6 Normativity and human practices 85 // 4.7 Inside and outside of the rules of language 88 // 4.8 Summary of Chapter 4 91 // 5 Our Language Games 92 // 5.1 From meaning to linguistic practices 92 // 5.2 Game-theoretical perspectives 96 // 5.3 The builders’ game 100 // 5.4 The space of reasons and the game of giving and asking for reasons 104 // 5.5 The ’embodiment’ of the game of giving and asking // for reasons 108 // 5.6 Meaning and truth 115 // 5.7 Summary of Chapter 5 116 // 6 Rules and Evolution 118 // 6.1 Rules and cooperation 118 // 6.2 Why rules? 121 // 6.3 Sellars on rules and pattern-governed behavior 125 // 6.4 Integrative vs. standalone rules 129 // 6.5 Virtual spaces again 131 // 6.6 Evolution and language 133 // Summary of Chapter 6 136 //
Part II Logic, Inference, and Reasoning // 7 Inference in logic 139 // 7.1 A disambiguation and first steps to explication 139 // 7.2 Going substructural 143 // 7.3 Inference vs. consequence 146 // 7.4 What is consequence? 149 // 7.5 Bridging the gap 154 // 7.6 Omega rule 156 // 7.7 What makes inferences reliable? 159 // 7.8 Summary of Chapter 7 162 // 8 Logical Constants 163 // 8.1 Tonk 163 // 8.2 ’Reasonable’ and ’unreasonable’ inferential patterns 167 // 8.3 Inference and truth-valuations 171 // 8.4 Inference structures and semantic systems 174 // 8.5 Inferentialism and classical logic 177 // 8.6 Varieties of inference 179 // 8.7 Structured systems of sentences 181 // 8.8 Summary of Chapter 8 184 // 9 Logic as Making Inference Explicit 186 // 9.1 Inferentially native operators 186 // 9.2 Anti-deductor? 190 // 9.3 Multi-conclusion inference? 194 // 9.4 Necessity 196 // 9.5 Incompatibility 198 // 9.6 Logical operators as structural markers and // substructural logics 201 // 9.7 Summary of Chapter 9 203 // 10 Rules of Logic 204 // 10.1 Substantiation of logical rules 204 // 10.2 How do we know that the rules of logic hold? 208 // 10.3 What is MP? 210 // 10.4 The dilemma of triviality and contingency 214 // 10.5 To accept MP is to have implication 217 // 10.6 What is it we study when we study logical rules? 219 // 10.7 Summary of Chapter 10 221 // 11 Logic and Reasoning 222 // 11.1 Logic and ’belief management’ 222 // 11.2 Do the rules of logic tell us how to reason? 224 // 11.3 The social and normative nature of belief 227 // 11.4 Logical laws as laws of demonstration 230 // 11.5 Reasoning as inner argumentation 232 // 11.6 Laws of logic as constitutive 234 // 11.7 Truth once more 235 // 11.8 Summary of Chapter 11 237 // Postscript: Inferentialism on the Go 238 // Appendix: Proofs of Theorems 240 // Notes 247 // References 260 // Index 271

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