SCIREA Journal of Philosophy (ISSN: 2995-7788)

SCIREA Journal of Philosophy is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2024

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Qing Cao, Long Wei
Abstract: This paper firstly presents knowledge representations of Aristotelian modal syllogisms based on the structure of modal categorical propositions; Then, the validity of syllogism ⼞AA◇A-1 was proved by using the truth value definitions of these propositions. And then this syllogism was used for knowledge reasoning with the hel
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Siyi Yu, Xiaojun Zhang
Abstract: Due to the large number of generalized quantifiers in the English language, this paper only studies the fragment of generalized modal syllogistic that contains the quantifiers in Square{all} and Square{most}. On the basis of generalized quantifier theory, possible-world semantics, and set theory, this paper shows that there
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2023

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Jing Xu, Xiaojun Zhang
Abstract: There is the reducibility between the generalized modal syllogism ☐AM◊I-1 and the other 20 valid generalized modal syllogisms. This paper first proves the validity of the generalized modal syllogism based on the truth value definitions of sentences with quantification, set theory and modal logic, then derives the other 20 v
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Yijiang Hao
Abstract: With the help of the definitions of the inner and outer negative Aristotelian quantifiers, the symmetry of Aristotelian quantifiers no and some, the anti-syllogism rules and the subsequent weakening rule, this paper illustrates the reducible relations between valid Aristotelian syllogisms of different figures and different
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Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2022

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Givi Givishvili
Abstract: Three space experiments carried out in 2004-2018 placed all points on "i" in the discussion about the nature of space-time, which began with the apories of Zeno of Eleia. Experiments have proved that space-time does not exist physically. They are what Democritus called "nothing," unlike "what," which is associated with ever
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Givishvili G.
Abstract: Empirical data in situ of recent years indicate that spacetime does not exist physically: they are not material - they do not have any of the characteristics inherent in material objects. At the same time, space-time is the most fundamental and universal mediator between all, without exception, material objects of Nature. I
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Jon K. Amundson
Abstract: Though grief and loss have been normalized in mental health discourse, a particular class ofbereavement remains as diagnosis- Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder. Discussion of thismore complex and enduring condition is undertaken in what follows. The dynamics of grief andloss are discussed through this diagnostic categ
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Volume 1, Issue 1, February 2021

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Valeri F. VENDA, Sergei S. Kostenko
Abstract: V. Venda discovered four laws of mutual adaptation and transformations (Voprosy Phylosofii, #2, 2017). Previously the laws were tested and practically used in development of new, the transformation learning theory, in prediction of social and economic transitions, in studies of human-computer interaction, design of safe wor
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