Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Sommers Notation, Part VIII

(Part VII)

References and Further Reading (Offline)

By Fred Sommers:

An invitation to formal reasoning. The logic of terms, with George Englebretsen). Ashgate, 2000.
The logic of natural language. Clarendon Press, 1982.


By George Englebretsen:

Something to reckon with: the logic of terms
. Ottawa: Ottawa University Press 1996.
Essays on the Philosophy of Fred Sommers: In Logical Terms. Edwin Mellen Press, 1990.
Three logicians. Aristotle, Leibniz, and Sommers. Van Gorcum, 1981.
Logical negation. Van Gorcum, 1981.

"Syllogistic: old wine in new bottles," History and Philosophy of Logic 23: 31-35 (2002).
"Logical primitives," Indian Philosophical Quarterly 12: 371-380 (1985).
"Singular terms and the syllogistic," The New Scholasticism 54: 68-74 (1980).
"Notes on the new syllogistic," Logique et Analyse 85-86: 111-120 (1979).

George Englebretsen (ed). The new syllogistic. Peter Lang, 1987.


By Others:

David S. Oderberg (ed). The Old New Logic: Essays on the Philosophy of Fred Sommers. MIT Press, 2005.
Lorne Szabolcsi. Numerical Term Logic. (Englbretsen, ed.) Mellen Press, 2008.


References and Further Reading (Online)


Except for Purdy's review, the following can be found available at these websites:
The Reasoner
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic

By Fred Sommers:

“Reasoning: how we’re doing it,” The Reasoner 2.1 (January 2008).
“The world, the facts, and primary logic,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 34.2: 169-182 (1993).
“Predication in the logic terms,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 31.1: 106-126 (1989).

By George Englebretsen:

“Formatives,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 30.3 (1989), 382-389.
“Preliminary notes on a new modal syllogistic,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 29.3: 381-395 (1988).
“Czeżowski on wild quantity,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 27.1: 62-65 (1986).
“Singular/general,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 27.1: 104-107(1986).
“Opposition,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 25.1: 79-85 (1984).
“Do we need relative identity?” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 23.1: 91-93 (1982).
“On propositional form,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 21.1: 101-110 (1980).
“The square of opposition,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 17.4: 531-541 (1976).
“Sommers' proof that something exists,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 16.2: 298-300 (1975).
“A note on contrariety,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 15.4: 613-614 (1974).
“Sommers on empty domains and existence,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 13.3: 350-358 (1972).

By Others:

William H. Friedman, “Calculemus,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 21.1: 166-174 (1980).

Wallace A. Murphree, “Numerical term logic,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 39.3: 346-362 (1998).
Wallace A. Murphree, “The numerical syllogism and existential presupposition,” Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 38.1: 49-64 (1997).
Wallace A. Murphree, “The irrelevance of distribution for the syllogism,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 35.3: 433-449 (1994).

Aris Noah, “Nonclassical syllogistic inference and the method of resolution,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 34.2: 209-222 (1993).

William C. Purdy, “Review: Fred Sommers, George Englebretsen, An Invitation to Formal Reasoning. The Logic of Terms,” Bulletin of Symbolic Logic 8.1: 97-100 (2002). (available here)
William C. Purdy, “On the question `’do we need identity?'’” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 33.4: 593-603 (1992).
William C. Purdy, “Surface reasoning,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 33.1: 13-36 (1991).

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