Richard Sylvan

According to our database1, Richard Sylvan authored at least 21 papers between 1966 and 2016.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2016
Models for Connexive Logics.
FLAP, 2016

2012
On the Ternary Relation and Conditionality.
J. Philosophical Logic, 2012

2010
Necessary limits to knowledge: unknowable truths.
Synthese, 2010

1992
Process and Action: Relevant Theory and Logics.
Studia Logica, 1992

On Interpreting Thruth Tables and Relevant Truth Table Logic.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1992

Simplified semantics for basic relevant logics.
J. Philosophical Logic, 1992

1990
Variations on da Costa C Systems and dual-intuitionistic logics I. Analyses of Cω and CCω.
Studia Logica, 1990

1988
Cause as an implication.
Studia Logica, 1988

1979
Repairing proofs of Arrow's general impossibility theorem and enlarging the scope of the theorem.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1979

1977
Welding Semantics For Weak Strict Modal Logics into the General Framework of Modal Logic Semantics.
Math. Log. Q., 1977

1976
Algebraic semantics for S20 and necessitated extensions.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1976

1975
Universal semantics?
J. Philosophical Logic, 1975

1974
Choice and descriptions in enriched intensional languages - I.
J. Philosophical Logic, 1974

1972
The semantics of entailment - III.
J. Philosophical Logic, 1972

The semantics of entailment - II.
J. Philosophical Logic, 1972

1971
Conventionalist and contingency-oriented modal logics.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1971

1970
Non-existence does not exist.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1970

1969
Existence and identity in quantified modal logics.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1969

1968
The Inadequacy of Kripke's Semantical Analysis of D2 and D3.
J. Symb. Log., 1968

On Systems Containing Aristotle's Thesis.
J. Symb. Log., 1968

1966
Some things do not exist.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 1966


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