Textbook
Philosophy of Logic: An AnthologyISBN: 9780631218685
388 pages
November 2001, ©2001, WileyBlackwell

Acknowledgments.
Introduction: Logic and Philosophy of Logic: Dale Jacquette.
Part I: Classical Logic:.
1. The Laws of Logic: Arthur Pap.
2. Russell's Mathematical Logic: Kurt Gödel.
3. Which Logic is the Right Logic?: Leslie H. Tharp.
4. What Can Logic Do For Philosophy?: Karl Popper.
Part II: Truth, Propositions and Meaning:.
5. Truth and Meaning: Donald Davidson.
6. Outline of a Theory of Truth: Saul A. Kripke.
7. Tarski's Theory of Truth: Hartry Field.
8. Types and Ontology: Fred Sommers.
9. Propositions: George Bealer.
Part III: Quantifiers and Quantificational Theory:.
10. Logic and Existence: Czeslaw Lejewski.
11. A Plea for Substitutional Quantification: Charles Parsons.
12. Nominalism and the Substitutional Quantifier: Ruth Barcan Marcus.
13. Interpretations of Quantifiers: Thomas Baldwin.
14. Language Games for Quantifiers: Jaakko Hintikka.
Part IV: Validity, Inference and Entailment:.
15. Bolzano's Concept of Consequence: Rolf George.
16. On the Concept of Logical Consequence: Alfred Tarski.
17. The Pure Calculus of Entailment: Alan Ross Anderson and Nuel D. Belnap, Jr.
18. Formal and Material Consequence: Stephen Read.
19. Tarski on Truth and Logical Consequence: John Etchemendy.
Part V Modality, Intensionality and Propositional Attitude:.
20. What are Possible Worlds?: John E. Nolt.
21. Quantifiers and Propositional Attitudes: W.V.O. Quine.
22. Counterpart Theory and Quantified Modal Logic: David Lewis.
23. Interpretation of Quantifiers: Dagfinn Follesdal.
24. A Backward Look at Quine's Animadversions on Modalities: Ruth Barcan Marcus.
25. Quantifying In: David Kaplan.
26. Substitutivity and the Coherence of Quantifying In: Graeme Forbes.
27. The Intensionality of Ontological Commitment: Michael Jubien.
Index.
 Surveys the background and current trends in philosophical applications of symbolic logic
 Examines the limitations of classical and nonstandard logics
 Offers solid preparation for ongoing debates in the field, while reflecting a variety of different perspectives
 Includes new and important readings that are not available in other anthologies
"Dale Jacquette in Philosophy of Logic: An Anthology brings together some of the most important papers in twentiethcentury philosophy of logic ... as a source book for a course on philosophy of logic it is a useful collection. It would also provide supplementary reading for courses on philosophy of mathematics or language." Times Higher Education Supplement