Category:Philosophical logic

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English: Philosophical logic is a term introduced by Bertrand Russell to represent his idea that the workings of natural language and thought can only be adequately represented by an artificial language; essentially it was his formalization program for the natural language. Today the term is used with several different meanings.
philosophical logic 
field of philosophy focused on using logic to solve problems
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