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.
lógica filosófica (es); Filozófiai logika (hu); Lóxica filosófica (ast); философская логика (ru); philosophische Logik (de); منطق فلسفی (fa); 哲学逻辑 (zh); filosofisk logik (da); 哲学的論理学 (ja); filosofisk logik (sv); Філософська логіка (uk); Logica philosophica (la); 哲學邏輯 (zh-hant); 철학적 논리학 (ko); filozofia logiko (eo); Философска логика (mk); logica filosofica (it); logique philosophique (fr); Філязофская лёгіка (be-tarask); Logic triết học (vi); Filozofska logika (sr); Lóxica filosófica (gl); 哲学逻辑 (zh-hans); lógica filosófica (pt); Logika filozoficzna (pl); filosofisk logikk (nb); filosofische logica (nl); 哲學邏輯 (zh-hk); Filosoofiline loogika (et); Философска логика (bg); לוגיקה פילוסופית (he); philosophical logic (en); منطق فلسفي (ar); φιλοσοφική λογική (el); фәлсәфә мантыйгы (tt) Первичная часть любой философии (ru); ركز مجال الفلسفة على استخدام المنطق لحل المشاكل (ar); field of philosophy focused on using logic to solve problems (en) 哲理逻辑 (zh); Logica filosofica (es)
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field of philosophy focused on using logic to solve problems
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