Notas sobre quantificação irrestrita e semântica clássica

André Nascimento Pontes

Resumo


Meu objetivo no presente artigo é apresentar o que penso ser as principais objeções à legitimidade de quantificações irrestrita no âmbito de uma lógica e uma semântica clássicas. Minha conclusão aponta para um dilema entre a lógica clássica e a possibilidade de um discurso formal sobre a generalidade absoluta. Da forma como penso, esse dilema impõe importantes consequências para algumas agendas filosóficas.



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quantificação irrestrita; generalidade absoluta; lógica clássica

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