Logical disputes and the a priori

  • Graham Priest Professor at CUNY (City University of New York); Visitor Professor at University of Melbourne.
Palavras-chave: Logic, Theory choice, Rationality, A priori, Multiple criteria


In this paper, I propose a general model for the rational resolution of disputes about logic, and discuss a number of its features. These include its dispensing with a traditional notion of the a priori in logic, and some objections to which this might give rise.


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PRIEST, G. Logical disputes and the a priori. Princípios: Revista de Filosofia (UFRN), v. 23, n. 40, p. 29-57, 24 jun. 2016.