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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2010.tde-15032010-100041
Document
Author
Full name
Tiago Tranjan
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Cuter, Joao Vergilio Gallerani (President)
Casanave, Abel Lassale
Pereira, Luiz Carlos Pinheiro Dias
Plastino, Caetano Ernesto
Soutif, Ludovic
Title in Portuguese
Carnap e a natureza da lógica
Keywords in Portuguese
Analiticidade
Carnap
Círculo de Viena
Positivismo lógico
Princípio de tolerância
Abstract in Portuguese
Em The Logical Syntax of Language (1937) R. Carnap elabora o seu Princípio de Tolerância Lógica. Trata-se de um princípio lógico-filosófico de grande alcance, que condensa as posições mais consistentes do autor acerca do significado filosófico da pesquisa em lógica formal. A despeito do fracasso do projeto geral de uma filosofia sintática, esse princípio permaneceu como base de todo o pensamento posterior de Carnap. Mais do que isso, influenciou boa parte do melhor trabalho realizado em lógica até hoje, tendo deixado marcas duradouras sobre a filosofia analítica. Neste trabalho, buscamos examinar a origem do Princípio de Tolerância no pensamento de Carnap, como melhor caminho para estabelecer seu significado e implicações.
Title in English
Carnap and the nature of logic
Keywords in English
Analytical
Carnap
Logical Positivism
Tolerance principle
Vienna Circle
Abstract in English
In The Logical Syntax of Language (1937) R. Carnap develops his Principle of Tolerance in Logic. This is a far-reaching principle for the whole philosophy of logic, and which sums up Carnaps most consistent tenets concerning the philosophical meaning of research in formal logic. Despite the failure of the general project of a syntactical philosophy, the Principle of Tolerance remained the basis for the whole of Carnaps subsequent thought. Moreover, it proved influential in a good deal of the most important work done in logic to this day; it also left permanent traces in analytic philosophy. In this work, we aim at examining the origins of the Tolerance Principle in Carnaps thought, as the best way to establish its significance and implications.
 
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